Membership

If I am part of a university system, does membership apply to all campuses within the system or is it specific to the campus I am on?

University membership is processed at the campus level. For example, a membership for the University of Texas at Austin covers the entire Austin campus. The University of Texas El Paso would require a separate membership for that campus.

If I am part of a university system, does membership apply to all campuses within the system or is it specific to the campus I am on?2021-09-20T14:44:45-07:00

How do I determine my company’s membership dues?

Corporate dues are based on total annual revenues for the parent company in the previous 12-month period. Once a specific division, subsidiary or line of business of a corporation joins NSTXL at the full membership cost, the whole corporation is considered a member.  If the organization is a separate subsidiary ►

How do I determine my company’s membership dues?2021-09-20T14:44:09-07:00

What are the terms of membership?

Only companies that fulfill our simple requirements and agree to our Principles of Engagement can become members. Provided your company is eligible to do business with the Department of Defense, has a valid DUNS number and CAGE code, and, if joining SpEC, has a valid, JCP-signed Form DD2345, you can ►

What are the terms of membership?2021-09-20T14:42:23-07:00

How do I become a member of NSTXL?

To join NSTXL, simply fill out the Membership Application. You’ll be able to submit your application and, pending a brief (typically 1 business day) requirement review, your membership will be instated.  If for some reason we have questions, we’ll contact you.  If you don’t meet our criteria ►

How do I become a member of NSTXL?2022-09-23T12:59:03-07:00
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