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Strengthening the force posture of the U.S. Defense Industrial Base

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Vision

A modern Industrial Base that integrates traditional and emerging
sectors to respond at will to National Security Requirements

Sectors

Cornerstone will accelerate research, development, prototyping, demonstration, qualification and integration of manufacturing capabilities and capacities into the US Industrial Base and supply chains. Cornerstone will integrate the diverse and currently fragmented collection of industry sectors across a range of manufacturing disciplines to ensure Industrial Base resiliency and assurance and a robust manufacturing innovation ecosystem. To this end, the technical focus of Cornerstone shall be comprised of, but not limited to, these Sector and Requirement Focus Areas:

Aircraft (Area 1) sector consists of, but not limited to, fighters, bombers, cargo, transport aircraft, combat/combat support/combat services helicopters, unmanned aircraft systems/vehicles and the associated components, equipment, networks and personnel to control unmanned aircraft.
Radar and Electronics Warfare (Area 2) sector consists of, but not limited to, semiconductor, captive monolithic microwave integrated circuits, and the related microelectronic manufacturing/assembly facilities required for continual upgrade of military radar, electronic warfare, and other related equipment.
Shipbuilding (Area 3) sector consists of, but not limited to, aircraft carriers, submarines, surface combatants, amphibious warfare, combat logistics force, and command and support vessels.
Ground Vehicles (Area 4) sector consists of, but not limited to, tactical vehicles, armored multi-purpose vehicles, and the associated products required for improvements to legacy systems such as the Bradley Fighting Vehicle, M1 series tank, High-Mobility Multi-Purpose Vehicle and Light Armored Vehicle.
Soldier Systems (Area 5) sector consists of, but not limited to, personal protective and individual systems such as clothing, boots, helmets, parachutes, chemical protective clothing, sensors and lasers, body armor, small arms, shelters, rations, clean water, laundry, and food services.
Space (Area 6) sector consists of, but not limited to, satellites, launch services, ground services, satellite components & subsystems, networks, engineering services, payloads, propulsion, and electronics.
Chemical, Biological, Radiological & Nuclear (CBRN) (Area 7) sector consists of, but not limited to, passive protection, contamination avoidance and mitigation measures taken and the applicable associated equipment used in situations where CBRN hazards may be present.
Materials Industry (Area 8) sector consists of, but not limited to, basic raw materials and the associated international trade supply chains that are integral to the U.S. manufacturing base and the Nation's overall economic and national security.
Machine Tools (Area 9) sector consists of, but not limited to, machines for shaping, machining, cutting, boring, shearing, extruding, turning and the associated tools/fixtures required for holding/constraining/guiding the work piece being machined.
Cyber for the Industrial Base (Area 10) sector consists of, but not limited to, a body of technologies, processes and practices designed to protect networks, computers, and programs essential to military communication and data systems from being compromised.
Optics (Area 11) sector consists of, but not limed to, enhanced night vision goggles, thermal weapons sights, monocular night vision devices, aviator's night vision imaging systems, sniper night sights, multifunction aiming lights, mini integrated pointed illuminator modules, integrated laser white light pointers, individual and crew served weapons lights, aircrew laser pointers, green laser interdiction systems, family of weapons sights, laser target locators, lightweight laser designator rangefinders, small tactical optical rifle mounts, Micro-laser rangefinders, and joint effects targeting systems.
Advanced Technology and Advanced manufacturing (Area 12) sector consists of, but not limited to, items of equipment developed with the most advanced technology available and used by the majority of the economy. Advanced technology advances the state of the art and, therefore, has the most growth potential.
Electronics (Area 13) sector consists of, but not limited to, consumer electronics, computers, automotive, industrial/medical equipment, telecommunications, and aero/defense. The Industrial Base consists of engineering companies that design integrated circuits (IC); front end companies that manufacture ICs; back end manufactures that assemble ICs into packages; IC vendors that design and market ICs; systems integration companies that combine ICs into electronic systems; and others as applicable.
Command, Control, Communications, and Computers (C4) (Area 14) sector consists of, but not limited to, major defense acquisition programs and major automated information systems that integrate doctrine, procedures, organizational structures, personnel, equipment, facilities and communication designed to support commanders.
Munitions and Missiles (Area 15) sector consists of, but not limited to, smart bombs, tactical cruise, air-to-air, air-to-ground, and surface-to-surface missiles as well as dumb bombs, ammunition, mortars, and large caliber rounds.
Industrial Base & Manufacturing Skills (Area 16) sector consists of, but not limited to, collaborative efforts to engage the highest industrial, academic, and government technical resources to define and address strategic manufacturing value chain vulnerabilities and program specific technical issues in support of the defense Industrial Base.
Trusted Capital (Area 17) sector consists of, but not limited to, U.S. or National Technology and Industrial Base Integration-partner capital. Efforts will focus on identifying relevant sources of innovation, identifying and leveraging trustworthy sources of capital, and bringing together the right sources of innovation with the right trustworthy sources of capital to accelerate financial arrangements that obviate adversary strategies.
Other: (Area 18) to be specified on a case by case basis.
Special Operations Forces (SOF) Operational Requirements (Area 19) consist of, but not limited to, capabilities that rapidly explore any relevant technologies that provide material solutions for Electronic Warfare, Intelligence/Surveillance/Reconnaissance, Computer Network Operations, C4, Weapons, Visual Augmentation Systems, Fire Support Systems, SOF Enablers, and Mobility Systems.

Intent

Cornerstone will be established with multiple stakeholders against specific sectors and/or requirements with the
Government right to add or remove members as required. It is expected that each sector and/or requirement will have
multiple members that can range from national industry associations and consortiums to U.S. non-profit to
private businesses (small to large companies) and academic institutions in order to meet the requirements of the initiative.

It is the intent of Cornerstone to provide an effective means for sector/requirement activities as well as cross-sector to
sector activities. Cornerstone will provide the Government the opportunity to engage with non-traditional, traditional
and emerging industries and entities to streamline access and investments for mission critical capabilities.

The "Cornerstone" OTA is to create a flexible mechanism for a public-private collaboration across a range of
specific Industrial Base sectors and requirements in order to strengthen the US Industrial Base and improve US competitiveness. The OTA will provide the means to bring together industry (to include private funding entities) and government stakeholders through a structured engagement forum.

Background

The Government intends to establish tasks using Other Transaction Authority within the established Cornerstone membership. Other Transactions (OTs) are a special class of assistance instrument used to increase involvement of commercial firms in defense research and development programs and for other purposes related to integrating the commercial and defense sectors of the nation's technology and Industrial Base. OTs are used to stimulate or support research and are designed to:

(a) Reduce barriers to commercial firms' participation in defense research, to give the Department of Defense (DoD) access to the broadest possible technology and Industrial Base;

(b) Promote new relationships among performers in both the defense and commercial sectors of that technology and Industrial Base;

(c) Stimulate performers to develop, use, and disseminate improved practices.

Summary

Cornerstone Other Transaction Authority (OTA) is established to create a flexible mechanism for a public-private collaboration across a range of specific Industrial Base sectors and requirements in order to strengthen the US Industrial Base and improve US competitiveness. Cornerstone will provide the means to bring together industry (to include private funding entities) and government stakeholders through a structured engagement forum.

Cornerstone seeks a public-private "consortium of consortiums" agreement across a range of Industrial Base sectors and requirements with a combination of private industries (small to large businesses, and private capital) to sector specific industry consortiums and associations to U.S. non-profit organization interested in entering into an Other Transaction Agreement, pursuant to 10 USC 2371b, for the purpose of Title 10 S.2508 Authority:

  1. Monitor and assessment of the Industrial Base
  2. Address critical issues in the Industrial Base related to urgent operational needs
  3. Support efforts to expand the Industrial Base
  4. Address supply chain vulnerabilities

Opportunities

Document Downloads

Cornerstone OTA Final
Cornerstone Consortium Management Agreement

Membership

There will be a single agreement for the initiative with an unrestricted number of members that can join to specific sectors and/or requirement.

Note: Non-U.S. companies, organizations, associations, entities and people require pre-authorization prior to access to Cornerstone

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Frequently Asked Questions

1) Why am I having trouble accessing the Cornerstone website?
Common issues can arise with using "Internet Explorer". Try using a different browser such as "Firefox".
2) Is there a cost to join the Cornerstone consortium?
No
3) Can my organization have multiple specializations?
Yes
4) How do I get a DUNS number and CAGE code?
Registration with Dun and Bradstreet is required to receive a DUNS number. A DUNS number may be obtained at https://www.dnb.com/duns-number/get-a-duns.html. To receive a CAGE code, register to do business with government at https://www.sam.gov/SAM/.
5) Are a DUNS and CAGE code required for membership?
DUNS number and CAGE code are required to perform work with the U.S. government.
6) Are Government organizations eligible for membership?
Organic Industrial Base specific facilities and Federally Funded Research and Development Centers (FFRDC) are the only intended Government entitites for membership. However, Government employees/organizations are encouraged to participate as Subject Matter Experts (SME) for individual sectors, through an email request to usarmy.ria.rdecom-ecbc.mbx.cornerstone-ota@mail.mil .
7) If I'm a part of another consortium can I join?
Yes
8) What are the next steps now that I am a member?
You will be notified of any open solicitation requirements that can be competed among consortium members. Please stay tuned for future announcements.
9) How long does the membership process take?
You will receive a response within 5 business days of membership application submittal. If your membership application is accepted you will be provided the Consortium Management Agreement (CMA) to review and sign. Once the CMA has been signed by both parties, you are officially a member.
10) Who are current members of Cornerstone?
A list of Cornerstone members is available upon request to current Cornerstone members via the Cornerstone mailbox.
11) What are the requirements you currently have?
Special notices will be announced through beta.sam.gov anticipated upcoming requirements. Cornerstone membership is required to submit a response to a Cornerstone solicitation.
12) Do I need to sign a contract for award?
If you are selected for a task award, you will sign an Other Transaction Agreement, which is a legally binding contract vehicle.
13) How are contracts paid?
Milestone payments are negotiated on a individual project basis.
14) How is an OTA different from a FAR contract?
Other Transactional Agreements are flexible contracting mechanisms outside of the purview of the Federal Acquisition Regulation.
15) How are we notified of business opportunities?
Business opportunites will be solicited to consortium members for the desired sector.
16) Will all opportunities be competed within the entire consortium or just the pertinent sector?
Opportunities will be directed towards a specific sector or multiple sectors depending on the government need.
17) What are the expectations of consortium members?
Consortium members are expected to contribute their respective talents and resources to the Consortium such as period meeting attendance and participation, committee and/or subcommittee service, or other consultation and/or service as may be appropriate.
18) How are data rights & title of property handled?
Data rights and title of property are fully negotiable on an individual project basis. The default procedure for data rights is for the Government to retain Government Purpose Rights.
19) Can I leave the consortium without penalty?
A consortium member can leave the consortium at any time without penalty, but if there is an active task agreement, that obligation shall be completed prior to departure.
20) Can the Government unilaterally assign responsibilities to consortium members?
No
21) What color money can I use for Cornerstone?
There are no limitations regarding appropriation type; however, funding must be appropriate to the initiative as stated in the DoD Financial Management Regulation and verified by your financial officer.
22) How does Cornerstone administer the contract?
Currently, Cornerstone requests the requirements office to delegate an agreements officer representative, who is responsible for verifying contract deliverable and approving invoices.
23) What is the cut off date for submission of initiative documention to ensure end of year award?
May 1st
24) Where can I submit an unsolicited Whitepaper for Cornerstone?

Current Members

21Geo Corp.
3rd Dimension Industrial 3D Printing Co
5N Plus Semicoductors, LLC
6K inc.
A&P Technology
A-Tech Corporation
A.T. Kearney Public Sector and Defense Services, LLC
AAR Manufacturing Inc. dba AAR Mobility Systems
Abaco Systems
ACCURATE ENERGETIC SYSTEMS, LLC
Action Manufacturing Company
Additive Manufacturing & Engineering
Addx Corporation
ADI Technologies Inc.
Advanced Pultrusions LLC d/b/a Liberty Pultrusions
Advanced Structures and Composite Center
Aerojet Rocketdyne
Aeromarc, LLC
AeroVironment Inc.
Akita Innovations LLC
Allcomp Inc.
Alliant Techsystems Operations LLC
Alliant Techsystems Operations LLC
Altavian Inc
AMERICAN Business Corporation
American Center for Optics Manufacturing, Inc.
American Ceramic Technology Inc.
American Cyber League, a Program of the Cyber Bytes Foundation
American Defense International, Inc.
American Engineerign & Manufacturing Inc
American Ordnance LLC
American Warrior Enterprises, Inc.
American Wind, Inc.
Amsted Graphite Materials, LLC
AMTEC Corporation, a National Defense Corp Company
Analog Photonics
Anduril Industries, Inc.
Annapolis Micro Systems, Inc.
ANOVA Intelligence
Apexx Enterprises, LLC
apjet, inc
Appia Energy Corp.
Applied Impulse, Incorporated
Applied Materials
Applied Research Associates
Applied Research Associates, Inc.
Applied Sonics Inc.
AppTek
APT-Research, Inc.
Aquabotix Technology Corp., Inc
Arconic (Defense and Space)
Arcturus UAV, Inc
ARM Inc.
ArmorWorks Enterprises Inc.
Armtec Defense Technologies
Array of Engineers, LLC
Ascension Group, LLC dba Ascension Global
Aspen Aerogels, Inc.
ATK Launch Systems Inc.
Atlas
ATT Government Solutions
Auburn University
Augmntr, Inc
August Brown
Augustine Die and Mold
AURA Technologies
Autonodyne LLC
Auxiliary Systems, Inc.
Aveshka, Inc.
Avion Solutions, Inc.
Azimuth Corporation
B-Skies, Inc.
Babington Technology
BAE Systems
BAE Systems Ordnance Systems, Inc.
BAE Systems, Electronic Systems
BAE Systems, OSI at Radford Army Ammunition Plant
Battelle Energy Alliance, LLC
Battelle Memorial Institute
Battle Sight Technologies
Battlespace Flight Services LLC
Battra LLC
Beacon Interactive Systems
BG Workforce Solutions, LLC
Big Metal Additive
BioHybrid Solutions LLC
Block MEMS, LLC
Blue Line Corporation
Bluejireh Inc.
BMNT Inc
BNNano, Inc.
Bokam Engineering Inc
Bravura Information Technology Systems, Inc. (“Bravura”)
Bren-Tronics, Inc.
BridgeSat, Inc.
Brigham Young University
CAD / CAM Services
CAL Analytics, LLC
CAMX Power LLC
Capco, Inc.
Carney Inc
Carolina Microwave Associates, Inc.
Carson Industries
Celina Tent
Central Asian Contracting Inc. (dba CAC-International)
Century Aluminum Company
Ceradyne Inc., a 3M Company
Cerion, LLC
CFD Research Corporation
Charles River Analytics Inc.
Charles Stark Draper Laboratory, Inc.
Chateau Paris Estates, Inc.
CHEMEON Surface Technology
Chemring Australia Pty Ltd
Chiral Research Inc. (CRI)
Citadel Defense Co
Civil-Military Innovation Institute
CKS Technologies, LLC
Clark Street Associates
Clausewitz Technology
Clemson University
CLogic Defense
Closed Herd Pure Farma, LLC
CMA Technologies, Inc.
CMI Defence America, Inc. (CMIDA)
Cobham Advanced Electronic Solutions
Cobham Advanced Electronic Solutions
Collaborative Composite Solutions Corp (CCS)
Colorado Engineering, Inc.
Colorado Photopolymer Solutions
Colvin Run Networks LLC
Commerce Resources Corp.
Commonwealth Technology, Inc.
Concertal Systems Inc.
Concurrent Technologies Corporation
Connectec Company, Inc.
Constellium Rolled Products Ravenswood LLC
CoolCAD Electronics LLC
CoorsTek, Inc.
Cornerstone Research Group, Inc
Corning Incorporated
Corvid Technologies
Cougaar Software, Inc.
Crescend RF (Note: In the process of company name change from IDSI)
CRISP LLC
Critical Materials Corporation
Crossbar Inc.
Cubic|Nuvotronics
CUNICO CORP. and Dynamic Controls Ltd.
Custom Gas Solutions, LLC
CVD Ceramics, Inc.
Cyber Intell Solution, LLC
CyberCore Technologies
Cybernet Systems Corporation
CYLITIX LLC
Cypress International
Danville Community College
Darling Environmental & Surveying, Ltd. dba Darling Geomatics
Day & Zimmermann Lone Star LLC
DC Capital Partners
DC Holdings LLC
DE Technologies, Inc.
Defense Research Associates, Inc.
DEFENSEWERX
Defined PRO Machining LLC
Delaware County Community College
Deloitte Consulting LLP
Derbyshire Machine
Derry Software, LLC
DESE RESEARCH, INC.
Diamond Antenna and Microwave Corporation
Diamond-Roltran, LLC
DRS Laurel Technologies
Duff & Phelps, LLC
Dun & Bradstreet, Inc.
Dynetics Technical Solutions, Inc.
Earth to Sky, Inc.
Eastern Automation Systems
Eastern Research Group, Inc. (ERG)
Eaton Corporation
EC America, Inc. / immixTechnology, Inc.
Eccalon, LLC
Elbit Systems of America - Merrimack Office
Elk Creek Resources Corp.
Ellwood Group, Inc.
Elmet Technologies LLC
eMagin Corporation
Emerging Technology Ventures Inc.
Energetics Technology Center,LLC
Energy Exploration Technologies, Inc
Engeniusmicro
Engi-Mat Co.
Engility Corporation
Enlighten IT Consulting
Ensign-Bickford Aerospace & Defense Company
EOSPACE Inc.
Epiq Design Solutions,Inc. DBA: Epiq Solutions
Epsilon Systems Solutions, Inc.
ESOP Advisors, Inc.
EWI
Excelitas Technologies Corporation
Expal USA inc.
EZ-A Consulting, LLC
Fairbanks Morse
Fairmount Technologies LLC
Fairwinds Technologies
Fastcom Supply Corp
Federal Foundry LLC
Federal Resources Supply Co.
Festo Didactic, Inc.
Fiber Materials Inc.
Fifty Pound Brains
Fortune Minerals Limited
Foundation for Manufacturing Excellence
Franklin Engineering Group, Inc.
Freedom Photonics, LLC
Frequency Electronics, Inc.
Frontier Electronic Systems Corp.
Frontier Performance Polymers Corporation
Full Throttle Aerial LLC
GatesAir, Inc.
GDCA Inc.
GE Additive
GE Aviation Systems LLC
GE Research
General Atomics
General Dynamics Ordnance and Tactical Systems
General Dynamics Ordnance and Tactical Systems
General Dynamics Ordnance and Tactical Systems (Niceville) Inc.
General Dynamics Ordnance and Tactical Systems Canada Inc.
Gentex Corporation
GenXComm, Inc.
Georgia Tech
GhostWolf Industries
Global 21 Strategic Solutions, LLC
Global Ground Systems LLC
Global Tungsten & Powders Corp
GlobalFoundries U.S. 2 LLC
GMS Industrial Supply, Inc.
Goodrich Corporation (Engineered Polymer Products)
Graf Research
Grand Valley Mfg.
Graphenix Development Inc (GDI)
GRAVICOM LLC
GrayTech Corporation
Green Brothers Fabricating Inc.
GRIMM (SMFS Inc)
GTDS America LLC
H.B. Fuller Company
HCI Energy
HEKA Aero LLC
Helicon Chemical Company LLC
Helios Global, Inc.
Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence (LINKED TO MSC.SOFTWARE CORPORATION)
Hicks Dome LLC
High Bridge Solutions, LLC
Hinoki Togo Limited Company
Hunt Valve Company
ICAMR, Inc., dba BRIDG
Idaho Scientific
IDenTV LLC
IGNIS Innovation Inc
II-VI Aerospace & Defense
Impact Resources, Inc
IMT DEFENSE Corporation
IMT Partnership
Indiana Innovation Institute
Indiana University
Industrial Development Board of the City of Auburn
Inman Mills
Innovative Materials and Processes, LLC
Innovative Micro Technology, Inc.
Innovative Technologies International, Inc. (d.b.a.
InSitech, Inc.
Institute for Advanced Learning and Research
Integra Technologies
Integrated Solutions for Systems, Inc.
Intel Corporation
intilop, Inc.
Island Pyrochemical Industries
ITL Solutions
Izar Capital Group
Jensen Hughes, Inc.
JetCo Solutions
JGW GROUP
Joining Technologies
K-Technologies, Inc.
Karagozian and Case Inc.
Kerberos International, Inc.
Kessington, LLC
Kongsberg Geospatial
Kowalski Heat Treating Company
Kratos Defense & Rocket Support Services, Inc
Kratos Space & Missile Defense Systems, Inc
Kraus Aerospace Inc
Kudu Dynamics
L3 Fuzing and Ordnance Systems, Inc.
Landmark Alaska Limited Partnership
LateralUs, LLC
Lattice Semiconductor
Launch Forth (Local Motors, Inc.)
LEARNX
Leidos Inc.
LIFT - Lightweight Innovations Institute
Litocorp
Lockheed Martin RMS
LUX Global
Lynas USA LLC
M3 Defense Consulting LLC
MAC, LLC
Macomb Community College
MakerSquad
Management Services Group, Inc., doing business as (dba) Global
Mandus Group LLC
Mannahatta V|A|R LLC
MARi
Marotta Controls
MaTech
Materials Research LLC
Materion Corporation
Matsuda & Associates LLC
MATSYS, Inc.
MBDA Incorporated
McCoy Enterprises, LLC
McNally Industries, LLC
Means Engineering, Inc
MEASURE UAS, INC.
MEDICO INDUSTRIES INC
MELD Manufacturing Corporation
Menawat & Co.
Menet Aero, Inc.
Mentis Sciences, Inc
Mercury Defense Systems
Mercury Defense Systems, Inc.
Merrill Technologies Group
MET-L-FLO Inc
Metadyne Inc.
Metamagnetics Inc.
Mettle Ops
Michigan Technological University
Micro Craft, Inc.
Microchip FPGA Business Unit
Midgard Education Publishing, LLC
Mikros Systems Corp
Military Systems Group
Mistral, Inc.
Mnemonics Incorporated
Molten Salt Solutions
Momentum Technologies, Inc.
Moog Inc.
MP Materials
MQM Solutions, Inc.
Multicore Technologies LLC
Munro & Associates, Inc.
MXRAM, LLC
Nalas Engineering Services, Inc
Nammo Defense Systems
Nanocomp Technologies, Inc.
Nanoscale Powders LLC
Nara Logics
National Center for Manufacturing Sciences (NCMS)
National Readiness Investment Corp
Navajo Technical University
Navigator Capital Group, LLC
NAVMAR Applied Sciences Corporation (NASC)
NCDMM - National Center for Defense Manufacturing and Machining
New Dominion Enterprises Inc.
New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology/Energetic Materials Research and Testing Center
NewEdge Signal Solutions
NewSat North America, LLC
NEXGEN FEDERAL SYSTEMS
Next Defense Solutions, LLC
Next Defense, Inc.
Next Offset Solutions, Inc.
NexTech Solutions
NexTech Solutions LLC
NHanced Semiconductors, Inc
Noblis
North Star Scientific Corp.
North Carolina A&T State University
Northeastern Energetic Procvess Services Company LLC
Northern Research
Northrop Grumman
Northrop Grumman Systems Corporation
Nostromo, LLC
Nostromo, LLC
Novex, LLC
Novo Space
NTS Technical Systems - Camden & Dana Point Operations
NuMat Technologies
Object CTalk Inc.
Offset Strategic Services
Old Dominion University Research Foundation
Olles Applied Research, LLC
OmniPhase Research Laboratories, Inc.
One Defense
Optimax Systems
PA Aerospace & Defense
Pacific Defense
Pacific Scientific Energetic Materials Co.
Pacific Scientific Energetic Materials Company
Pallas Advisors
Palo Alto Research Center (PARC)
PAR Government Systems Corporation
Parsons Government Services Inc.
Parts Life Incorporated
PBTS LLC
PCP Tactical LLC
Peak NanoSystems
Penn State University, Applied Research Lab, Electro-Optics Division
Pennakem LLC
Pharad, LLC
Phase Sensitive Innovations, Incorporated
Phillips Corporation Federal DIvision
Phoenix Tailings, Inc.
Photonic Systems Inc.
Physical Sciences Inc.
Piedmont Lithium, Inc.
Pine Bluff Arsenal
Pine Bluff Arsenal / Joint Muntions Command / Army Material Command
Pine Island Capital Partners LLC
Plazabridge Group LLC
PointCare Systems, Inc. (DBA: ChiroSolve)
Polymer Processing Institute (PPI)
polySpectra
PowerAmerica Department, NC State University
Powers & Zahr Consortium Management Company
Practical Energetics Research, Inc.
Precision Periodic, LLC
Price Lynn Group LLC
Priority 5 Holdings, Inc.
Production Products Mfg. & Sales, Co. Inc.
Productive Resources
PTI (Polymer Technologies, Inc.)
Purdue University
QinetiQ
Qorvo Inc
QuesTek Innovations
QuickFlex, Inc.
Quickstep Technologies Pty Ltd
Qynergy Corporation
RadarLock Labs
Radiance Technologies, Inc.
Rare Earth Salts Separations & Refining LLC
Rare Resource Recycling Inc. dba REEcycle Inc
Raytheon
Raytheon Technologies
RD Solutions, LLC
REC Silicon Inc
Regenicin Inc
Regents of the University of Michigan
Reliable MicroSystems LLC
Remote Sensibg Solutions Inc
Resodyn Corporation
Restructuring Society Thru Education & Technology
Rex Systems Incorporated
Reynolds Systems Inc.
Rio Tinto Services, Inc.
Robert E. Morris Company (D.B.A Morris Government Solutions
Robust Chip Inc
Rochester Institute of Technology
Rockwell Collins
Rocky Mountain Scientific Laboratory
Rolls-Royce LibertyWorks
Rolls-Royce Marine North America Inc.
Rugged Displays USA Inc
S3IP Center of Excellence
SA Photonics
Saab Defense and Security USA LLC
SAFI-Tech
Samtech LLC dba Massif
Savit Corporation
Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC)
Sciperio Inc.
Sea Machines Robotics
Sealing Technologies, Inc.
Seamless Marine Fittings
Second Front Systems, Inc.
SecureFoundry
Seemann Composites LLC
Selex Galileo Inc
Semplastics EHC LLC
Sequoia Applied Solutions
Shadin Avionics
Shield AI, Inc.
Shipcom Federal Solutions
SIA Solutions, LLC
Silicon Technologies, Inc.
Simmetry Solutions Inc.
SkyWater Technology Foundry
Slingshot Aerospace, Inc.
SOFTWEAR AUTOMATION, INC
SolAero Technologies Corp
SOLUTE, Inc
South Dakota School of Mines and Technology
Southeastern New England Defense Industry Alliance (SENEDIA)
Space Systems Research Laboratory, Saint Louis University
Spark Insights L.L.C
Spectra Technologies, LLC
Spectrolab Inc. - A wholly-owned subsidiary of The Boeing Company
Spirit Aerosystems Innovative Solutions Inc.
Spirit AeroSystems, Inc.
SPS Air LLC
SpyDar Sensors, Inc.
SRC, Inc.
SRI International
Stevens Engineering Solutions LLC
Strategic Marketing Innovations
Strike Labs LLC
STS International, Inc.
Sundance Media Group
Sunray Scientific LLC
SURVICE Engineering
Synthio Chemicals, LLC
Systems Innovation Engineering LLC
Tagore Technology
Technology Assessment & Transfer, Inc.
Teledyne Scientific & Imaging
Tenet 3, LLC
Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station
Texas Biochemicals Inc
Texas Mineral Resources
Textron Systems
Thayer Gate Energy
The Dcode Group, Inc.
The Mason & Hanger Group Inc.
The Research Foundation for the State University of New York, O/B/O State University of New York (SUNY) Polytechnic Institute
The Shenton Group, Inc.
The Spectrum Group
The University of Alabama in Huntsville
The University of Texas at El Paso
Theiss UAV Solutions, LLC.
Thomas Global Systems
ThREE Consulting, LLC
TIAXLLC
Timberghost tactical LLC – DBA NovX Ammunition
TOPLINE CORPORATION
Torngat Metals Ltd.
Total Concepts of Design, Inc.
True Velocity
Trusted Semiconductor Solutions Inc.
TWELFTH VERTEX LLC
U.S. Partnership for Assured Electronics
UDRI
Ultra-met Carbide Technologies
Universal Technical Resource Services, Inc.
University of Arizona Applied Reserach Corporation
University of Arkansas
University of California, Davis
University of Central Florida Applied Research Institute
University of Florida
University of Houston
University of Iowa
University of Northern Iowa
University of Rhode Island
University of Tennessee, Knoxville
URSA Ventures
US Critical Minerals LLC
Valkyrie Enterprises, Inc.
Vanderbilt Institute for Space and Defense Electronics (ISDE)
Vanguard EMS Inc
Velos LLC
Veritegrity Solutions
Vermont Technical College
Vernadun, LLC
VES LLC
Veteran Enabled Tech Solutions
ViridisChem, Inc.
VORAGO Technologies
W.R. Joyce Incorporated
Waltonen Engineering, Inc.
Washington Group Consultants
WBB
WElkins LLC
West Virginia University
Whitney Strategic Services
WorkMerk, LLC
Xator Corporation
Zenith