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. The NAC’s focus: transitioning technology to the warfighter fast; promoting innovation; recruiting a community of world-class technologists; encouraging collaboration with government, industry, and academia; removing barriers; promoting non-traditional defense contractor contributions and participation; promoting and enabling the industrial base; supporting the nation’s equities in RD&A, OTA, and future capabilities. The partner organizations will foster a collaboration among the Government engineers, researchers and technologists and NAC’s 900+ members from industry and academia.
WHO CAN JOIN
Companies that are part of the U.S. Defense Industrial Base as well as new and emerging non-traditional defense contractors are encouraged to join the NAC and participate in federally-funded R&D projects.
- Traditional Contractors
- Non-traditionals (Companies that don’t typically participate in federal R&D)
Membership includes access to additional funding opportunities currently available to NAC members. The NAC has open, non-exclusive membership policies.