The Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Cyber, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C5ISR) Center is uniquely equipped to take on risk for the Army thanks to our in-house expertise and numerous partnerships. We work closely with industry, academia, and other DoD and national research organizations to influence research investments and adopt, adapt and mature new scientific breakthroughs.
Our role is to find solutions and deliver capabilities for the Soldier that span the entire domain of C5ISR – Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Cyber, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance – networks and systems regardless of platform. To do that, our scientists and engineers leverage their expertise and an infrastructure of advanced laboratories and facilities to develop those solutions in-house or to collaborate a wide range of expert partners in government, industry and academia – foreign and domestic – that offer promising technologies.
A Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) is a mechanism for transferring commercially useful technologies from federal laboratories to the private sector by establishing partnership with industry and academia to leverage expertise and facilities.
Defense Department laboratories may be made available to any person or entity (including universities), on a reimbursable basis, laboratory services for the testing of materials, equipment, models, computer software, and other item.
Our subject-matter experts draw a number of business and contractual agreements that facilitate the exchange of information, evaluations of candidate technologies and establishment of partnerships for technology development. View available opportunities at the following locations:
BROAD AGENCY ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR C5ISR CENTER ENGINEERING AND SYSTEMS INTEGRATION DIRECTORATE
BROAD AGENCY ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR C5ISR CENTER RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION DIRECTORATE
AVAILABLE OPPORTUNITIES THROUGH GOVERNMENT PARTNERSHIPS
TECHNICAL EXCHANGE MEETINGS PROVIDES A FORUM TO PRESENT TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCEMENTS