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Advanced Technology International (ATI) Consortium

ATI builds and manages collaborations that conduct research and development of new capabilities to solve our nation’s most challenging problems. Supported by a community of experts from industry, academia, and government, ATI expedites innovation to help the federal government quickly identify and acquire novel technologies and solutions.

Information Warfare Research Project (IWRP)

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ATI’s Information Warfare Research Project (IWRP) is a collaboration between Government, Industry, and Academia established to identify, develop, and demonstrate the enabling technologies that enhance the Navy and Marine Corps mission effectiveness in the field of Information Warfare.

The IWRP scope is aligned to Naval strategic needs and includes the following technology areas: Cyber Warfare; Data Science/Analytics Technologies; Assured Communications; Cloud Computing; Enterprise Resource Tools; Collaboration and Social Networking; Autonomy; Internet of Things (IoT) Embedded Systems; Mobility; Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE); On-Demand Manufacturing; Assured Command and Control (AC2); Integrated Fires (IF); and Battlespace Awareness (BA)..

Training & Readiness Accelerator II (TREX II)

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ATI’s TReX II provides leading-edge modeling, simulation, and training (MS&T) solutions to increase warfighter readiness and enhance national security.

TReX II is a collaboration executed under an Other Transaction Agreement (OTA) with the U.S. Army Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training and Instrumentation (PEO STRI). This OTA mission is to develop modeling, simulation and training related prototypes to enhance the mission effectiveness of military personnel and the supporting platforms, systems, components, or materials proposed to be acquired or developed by the DoD.

Information Warfare Research Project (IWRP)

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ATI’s Information Warfare Research Project (IWRP) is a collaboration between Government, Industry, and Academia established to identify, develop, and demonstrate the enabling technologies that enhance the Navy and Marine Corps mission effectiveness in the field of Information Warfare.

The IWRP scope is aligned to Naval strategic needs and includes the following technology areas: Cyber Warfare; Data Science/Analytics Technologies; Assured Communications; Cloud Computing; Enterprise Resource Tools; Collaboration and Social Networking; Autonomy; Internet of Things (IoT) Embedded Systems; Mobility; Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE); On-Demand Manufacturing; Assured Command and Control (AC2); Integrated Fires (IF); and Battlespace Awareness (BA).

Training & Readiness Accelerator II (TREX II)

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ATI’s TReX II provides leading-edge modeling, simulation, and training (MS&T) solutions to increase warfighter readiness and enhance national security.

TReX II is a collaboration executed under an Other Transaction Agreement (OTA) with the U.S. Army Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training and Instrumentation (PEO STRI). This OTA mission is to develop modeling, simulation and training related prototypes to enhance the mission effectiveness of military personnel and the supporting platforms, systems, components, or materials proposed to be acquired or developed by the DoD.

Medical Technology Enterprise Consortium (MTEC)

MTEC is a internationally-dispersed consortium with members from industry, academia and the non-profit sector that aims to be the partner of choice for private industry, academic institutions, government agencies, and other research organizations seeking to accelerate the development of medical solutions that prevent and treat injuries and restore America’s military and veterans to full health. technologies and solutions.

National Armaments Consortium (NAC)

The National Armaments Consortium (NAC) is the largest collaborative organization working with the DoD to develop armament technologies in support of our nation’s security.

Naval Energetic Systems and Technologies (NEST)

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The NAC’s Naval Energetic Systems and Technologies (NEST) Program is a collaboration executed under an Other Transaction Agreement (OTA) with the Naval Surface Warfare Center Indian Head Division (NWSC IHD) to address the most significant energetics-related challenges facing our nation.

This program is critical in enabling the Navy, Marine Corps and the entire Department of Defense to address current and future security threats in the surface, subsurface, air, ground, littoral and expeditionary environments. The NEST is comprised of over 900 Industry members through their partnership with the NAC.

Naval Energetic Systems and Technologies (NEST)

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The NAC’s Naval Energetic Systems and Technologies (NEST) Program is a collaboration executed under an Other Transaction Agreement (OTA) with the Naval Surface Warfare Center Indian Head Division (NWSC IHD) to address the most significant energetics-related challenges facing our nation.

This program is critical in enabling the Navy, Marine Corps and the entire Department of Defense to address current and future security threats in the surface, subsurface, air, ground, littoral and expeditionary environments. The NEST is comprised of over 900 Industry members through their partnership with the NAC.

​National Security Technology Accelerator (NSTXL) Consortium

NSTXL is focused on building a network of innovators and creators across the most sought-after emerging technology fields. As an open-source platform, our approach was designed to encourage network growth and collaboration without stifling change.

Strategic and Spectrum Missions Advanced Resilient Trusted Systems (S2MARTS)

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NSTXL’s S2MARTS (pronounced “SMARTS”), OTA is designed to refine strategies, management planning activities, and implement integrated, complementary solutions that strategies, management planning activities, and implement integrated, complementary solutions that advanced microelectronics, radiation-hardened (RAD-HARD) and strategic missions hardware.

Strategic and Spectrum Missions Advanced Resilient Trusted Systems (S2MARTS)

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NSTXL’s S2MARTS (pronounced “SMARTS”), OTA is designed to refine strategies, management planning activities, and implement integrated, complementary solutions that strategies, management planning activities, and implement integrated, complementary solutions that advanced microelectronics, radiation-hardened (RAD-HARD) and strategic missions hardware.

​SOSSEC Consortium

Air Force Life Cycle Management Center Consortium Initiative (ACI)

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SOSSEC’s Air Force Life Cycle Management Center Consortium Initiative (ACI) OTA focuses on developing and prototyping projects within mission sets including: intelligence and networks, information, surveillance, reconnaissance and special operations, command, control, communications, aircraft integration, platforms, battle management, simulators, human systems, business enterprise systems, and more.

Air Force Research Lab Open System Acquisition Initiative (OSAI)

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SOSSEC’s Air Force Research Lab Open System Acquisition Initiative OTA is focused on command, control, communications and cyber, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (C4ISR) solutions. The OTA’s mission is to produce prototypes in command, control, communications and cyber, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (C4ISR) that increase the efficiency of Government, industry and academia capabilities in information systems proposed to be acquired or developed by the Department of Defense (DOD), and to reduce the cost of defense information systems technology.

Air Force Research Lab Open Technology and Agility for Innovation (OTAFI)

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SOSSEC’s Air Force Research Lab (AFRL) Open Technology and Agility for Innovation (OTAFI) OTA focuses on prototypes and technology to focus on Air Force related C4ISR systems or subsystems. The objective of this OTA is to perform a coordinated prototyping and testing program in conjunction with the Government that speeds the ability to rapidly prototype Government, industry and academia capabilities in the areas of command, control, communications, computing, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (C4ISR) technologies proposed to be acquired or developed by the Department of Defense (DoD) to sustain U.S. military technological advantage.

Cyberspace Operations Broad Responsive Agreement (COBRA)

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OSSEC’s Cyberspace Operations Broad Responsive Agreement (COBRA) OTA provides prototypes in Defensive Cyber Operations. The overall objective is to establish defense-in-depth across the entirety of cyberspace by simultaneously combining DCO capabilities at global, regional and local levels using a layered and adaptive approach with supporting elements employed physically and virtually in support of cyberspace and unified land operations.

Air Force Life Cycle Management Center Consortium Initiative (ACI)

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SOSSEC’s Air Force Life Cycle Management Center Consortium Initiative (ACI) OTA focuses on developing and prototyping projects within mission sets including: intelligence and networks, information, surveillance, reconnaissance and special operations, command, control, communications, aircraft integration, platforms, battle management, simulators, human systems, business enterprise systems, and more.

Air Force Research Lab Open System Acquisition Initiative (OSAI)

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SOSSEC’s Air Force Research Lab Open System Acquisition Initiative OTA is focused on command, control, communications and cyber, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (C4ISR) solutions. The OTA’s mission is to produce prototypes in command, control, communications and cyber, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (C4ISR) that increase the efficiency of Government, industry and academia capabilities in information systems proposed to be acquired or developed by the Department of Defense (DOD), and to reduce the cost of defense information systems technology.

Air Force Research Lab Open Technology and Agility for Innovation (OTAFI)

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SOSSEC’s Air Force Research Lab (AFRL) Open Technology and Agility for Innovation (OTAFI) OTA focuses on prototypes and technology to focus on Air Force related C4ISR systems or subsystems. The objective of this OTA is to perform a coordinated prototyping and testing program in conjunction with the Government that speeds the ability to rapidly prototype Government, industry and academia capabilities in the areas of command, control, communications, computing, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (C4ISR) technologies proposed to be acquired or developed by the Department of Defense (DoD) to sustain U.S. military technological advantage.

Cyberspace Operations Broad Responsive Agreement (COBRA)

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OSSEC’s Cyberspace Operations Broad Responsive Agreement (COBRA) OTA provides prototypes in Defensive Cyber Operations. The overall objective is to establish defense-in-depth across the entirety of cyberspace by simultaneously combining DCO capabilities at global, regional and local levels using a layered and adaptive approach with supporting elements employed physically and virtually in support of cyberspace and unified land operations.