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Small Business Opportunities with the Navy Metalworking Center
If you are in the business of designing, shaping, joining, testing or otherwise manufacturing metals and advanced metallic materials and ceramics, join us for a comprehensive overview and Q&A session with representatives of the Navy Metalworking Center.
This call is designed to provide your company with an understanding of the purpose of the Navy Metalworking Center, some of the upcoming projects, what attributes make a good partner and how to get started. During this informative presentation we will be joined by:
- Dan Winterscheidt, NMC Program Director
- Rob Akans, NMC Technical Director
- Denise Piastrelli, Manager, NMC Operations
- Dianne DeLisa, NMC Communications Specialist
- Lynne Hood, CTC Director, Procurements and Subcontracts
About the Navy Metalworking Center
The Navy Metalworking Center (NMC) was established in 1988 as one of
the Centers of Excellence of the Office of Naval Research’s
Manufacturing Technology (ManTech) program.
NMC is a
national resource for the development and transition of advanced
metalworking and manufacturing technologies, materials and related
processes. NMC works in partnership with government, industry, weapon
system prime contractors and Program Offices to develop and apply
advanced metalworking and manufacturing technologies, materials and
related processes. NMC drives new technologies from research and
development to weapon systems application with two objectives:
- To implement new technologies that will improve weapon system performance
- To develop new production means for weapon system prime contractors and suppliers that lower the production cost of naval and
other DoD weapon systems.
NMC has supported the U.S. Navy with affordable new metalworking technologies and
capabilities that have responded to increasingly stringent
requirements for greater agility, survivability and lethality.
Who should participate?
Small Businesses with experience and expertise in the following disciplines:
and advanced metallic materials
metal materials manufacturing processes
and heat treatments
-metalworking systems engineering activities
characterization and testing
design and control
design and structural performance
-environmental issues and recycling
-information and data handling and transfer
-manufacturing technology/industrial base infrastructure
Become a Partner...You'll be in Good Company!
Here is a small sampling of the NMC's Government and Industry Partners:
American Bureau of Shipping
Battelle Memorial Institute
Bollinger Shipyards, Inc.
Center for Naval Shipbuilding Technology
Dynamics Research Corporation (DRC)
General Dynamics Electric Boat Corporation
Lockheed Martin Maritime Systems and Sensors
Lockheed Martin Michoud Space Systems
Multi-Mission Helicopter Program Office, PMA-299
Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR)
Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA)
Naval Surface Warfare Center,
Port Hueneme Division
Navy Joining Center
Northrop Grumman Electronic Systems
Northrop Grumman Ship Systems
Northrop Grumman Shipbuilding-Newport News
PEO IWS 3C Naval Gunnery Project Office
PMO-LW 155MM Howitzer Program Office
PMS 378 Future Aircraft Carriers
PMS 450 Virginia Class Program Office
PMS 500 DDG 1000 Program Office
PMS 501 Littoral Combat Ship Program Office
Program Executive Office (PEO) Carriers
Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation
The Boeing Company
US Army Tank-Automotive Research, Development and Engineering Center (TARDEC)
Pre-registration is required.
This conference call will be recorded. All participants will be required to affirm they are aware the discussion is being recorded prior to joining the conference.
About Concurrent Technologies Corporation
About The American Small Business Coalition
Concurrent Technologies Corporation (CTC
an independent, nonprofit, applied scientific research and development
professional services organization providing innovative management and
technology-based solutions to government and industry. As a nonprofit
501(c)(3) organization, CTC
's primary purpose and programs
are to undertake applied scientific research and development activities
that serve the public interest. For more information, visit www.ctc.com
American Small Business Coalition (The ASBC) is a tightly woven, member-driven
community of trusted industry, academia and government members focused on
supporting the missions of the U.S. government across all levels. As a national
association known for the sincerity and directness of its leadership and
members, The ASBC has earned a reputation for the quality of its ongoing
educational and industry networking support that facilitates quantifiable
business and individual growth. Visit us on the web at www.theasbc.org.
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