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DoD Rapidly Transitioning Microelectronic Technology into Field through STAMP

The DoD Office of the Under Secretary of Defense, Research and Engineering (OUSD(R&E)) Trusted and Assured Microelectronics (T&AM) Program is initiating the Stimulating Transition for Advanced Microelectronics Packaging (STAMP) project to quickly field the microelectronic advancements the State-of-the-art Heterogeneous Integrated Packaging (SHIP) prototyping project has developed.

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DoD Rapidly Transitioning Microelectronic Technology into Field through STAMP2022-12-19T08:34:09-08:00

Growing Additive Manufacturing Maturity for Airbreathing Hypersonics (GAMMA-H) Prototype Opportunity to Propel Manufacturing to Hypersonic Systems

The Department of Defense (DoD) is releasing its Growing Additive Manufacturing Maturity for Airbreathing Hypersonics (GAMMA-H) prototype opportunity in its efforts to expand current manufacturing processes to intricate hypersonic weapons parts.

Growing Additive Manufacturing Maturity for Airbreathing Hypersonics (GAMMA-H) Prototype Opportunity to Propel Manufacturing to Hypersonic Systems2022-11-22T07:15:04-08:00

Microelectronics Commons Prototype Leading the Drive to Secure Microelectronics Manufacturing

From cars to phones to computers, there aren’t many things these days that don’t use microelectronics, and the United States is in dire need them. Currently, over 85% of microelectronics used in the United States are fabricated outside the U.S. The Department of Defense recognizes the risk of possible security ►

Microelectronics Commons Prototype Leading the Drive to Secure Microelectronics Manufacturing2022-12-06T05:46:36-08:00

Space Enterprise Consortium Awards $50 Million Tetra-5 Contract to Orion Space Solutions

The Space Enterprise Consortium (SpEC) recently awarded a $50 million contract to Orion Space Solutions for the Tetra-5 program. Tetra 5 is centered on resolving the obstacle of refueling in space and will play a critical role in extending the lifetime of spacecraft already in orbit.

Space Enterprise Consortium Awards $50 Million Tetra-5 Contract to Orion Space Solutions2022-09-28T09:49:37-07:00

SpEC Impact Within Satellite Community Evident at SmallSat 2022

Space Enterprise Consortium’s (SpEC) presence within the small satellite community was apparent during the 2022 SmallSat conference in Logan, Utah. With prominent SpEC member signs in view, about 30% of this year’s SmallSat exhibitors are members of SpEC, a rapid contracting method that allows the government to quickly address emerging technology needs.

SpEC Impact Within Satellite Community Evident at SmallSat 20222022-09-13T09:38:08-07:00

S2MARTS OTA is Turning 3!

The S²MARTS OTA is celebrating its three-year anniversary. S²MARTS was established to grow and engage an elite network of innovators within focused technology areas such as microelectronics, electronic warfare, 5G, and hypersonics.

S2MARTS OTA is Turning 3!2022-08-08T10:01:50-07:00

How Indiana is Helping the U.S. Win the Hypersonic Race

Hypersonics research and development is happening right here in southern Indiana. More than 300 Hoosiers—engineers and scientists—are working non-stop at Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane Division to increase U.S. hypersonic capability.

How Indiana is Helping the U.S. Win the Hypersonic Race2022-10-19T08:19:06-07:00

Fortifying National Security Through Cybersecurity Efforts

All warfighting domains – space, cyberspace, air, land, and maritime – rely on joint interoperability to maintain a deterrent security posture. It is through integrated deterrence, which heavily leans on cyber networks, that the U.S. is able to properly defend against foreign attacks. We must preserve and expand upon our leadership in the cyber domain, and the DoD is calling upon the strong American industrial base to do so.

Fortifying National Security Through Cybersecurity Efforts2022-08-08T12:01:00-07:00

NSTXL Will Be Hosting Air Force Research Lab’s Col. Felt and Space Systems Command’s Col. Roth at the 37th Space Symposium

NSTXL will host Col. Eric J. Felt and Col. Joseph J. Roth at the 37th Space Symposium in Colorado Springs, CO on April 5 between 2 – 3 p.m. at the Space Enterprise Consortium (SpEC) booth 542. Col Felt and Col Roth bring with them extensive knowledge on current industry technology and the foresight into what capabilities gaps should be immediately addressed to maintain security measures in space.

NSTXL Will Be Hosting Air Force Research Lab’s Col. Felt and Space Systems Command’s Col. Roth at the 37th Space Symposium2022-08-08T12:07:20-07:00
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