Sources Sought: Optimizing Facilities to Ensure Reliability and Maintainability of Large Metal 3D Printers

NCMS is assisting the U.S. Army in seeking an industry partner that has the expertise and knowledge to evaluate facility specs and understand its capabilities to meet and /or exceed the requirements for the installation and operation of a large sub-section metal 3D printer. More details/specifications are available.  Please contact opportunities@ncms.org for a copy of […]

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Solid Film Lubricants for Combat and Tactical Engines Phase II

The U.S. Army is partnering with industry and academia to evaluate promising solid film lubricant technologies in a currently relevant internal combustion engine to replicate and document the improvements achieved for potential future use across a wide array of applications.  The intent is also to have the project team develop and investigate new and innovative […]

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Project Announcement: Improving Maintenance of Intelligent Robotic Systems Through Modular Designs

The U.S. Army is partnering with industry and academia to leverage advanced analytical tools to evaluate and assess modular open-system architectures and designs to determine the best approach for a new robust, intelligent, mobile, quadruped robotic system. By utilizing these tools, this initiative will demonstrate new modular approaches to designing future commercial and military intelligent […]

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Project Announcement: Vehicle Operator Control Handle Improvements for Maintenance and Sustainment Phase II

The U.S. Army is partnering with industry and academia to adapt modern commercial best-in-class controllers to various systems on equipment to assess the benefits of replacing aging/last-generation controllers with today’s more universal technology. For more information about this ongoing project contact CTMA@ncms.org. We encourage the participation of Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBEs), including Minority Business Enterprises […]

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Project Announcement: Predictive Analytics Solution for Disparate Data Phase II

The U.S. Army is partnering with industry and academia on a multi-phased initiative to assess and demonstrate the impact of a technology-enabled integrated decision support platform on maintenance and sustainment of current and future commercial and warfighting operations. Providing sustainment leadership with improved data-informed decisioning capability ensures the U.S. remains the world’s economic and military […]

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Project Announcement: Advanced Radiation Detection Indication and Computation (RADIAC) Technology Phase II

The U.S. Navy is partnering with industry and academia for the development of four prototypes of a RADIAC and dosimetry simulation tools that can be utilized by commercial, state, and federal entities that work with radiological hazards. Adopting innovative technologies and solutions to create a realistic training scenario will benefit the training needs of the […]

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Project Announcement: Improving Reliability of Utility Infrastructures for Resiliency

The U.S. Army is partnering with industry and academia to strengthen the organization’s ability to efficiently protect, maintain and sustain its infrastructure and utilities, through improved tools and processes. For more information about this ongoing project contact CTMA@ncms.org. We encourage the participation of Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBEs), including Minority Business Enterprises (MBEs) and Women’s Businesses.

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Project Announcement: Highly Electrified Vehicle System Development Using Additive Manufacturing Technology Phase II

The U.S. Army is partnering with industry and academia to advance the state of additive manufacturing and 3D printing to improve reliability, reduce space claim and reduce lifecycle maintenance costs of electric drives and power electronics found in electrified vehicles. This initiative will focus on the evaluation of specific components using additive manufacturing and 3D […]

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Project Announcement: Adhesive Performance Improvements to Support Maintenance and Sustainment Phase II

The U.S. Army is partnering with industry and academia to investigate and validate the performance of a variety of adhesives across various substrates with different surface characteristics to support the overall light-weighting of vehicles and systems that can ultimately benefit maintenance and sustainment activities for organizations. For more information about this ongoing project contact CTMA@ncms.org. […]

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Project Announcement: Functional Coatings for Autonomy Phase IV

The U.S. Army is partnering with industry and academia on a multi-phased project that will continue to study and evaluate sensor coatings. The objective of Phase IV is to explore how coating systems interact with and enhance the performance of vehicular autonomy system sensors.  Continued collaboration between government and industry participants will explore materials to […]

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