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The first step is to learn about DISA’s Office of Small Business Programs (OSBP). As a staunch advocate on behalf of the small business community, the OSBP can help companies connect with business opportunities at DISA.
If you would like to present an innovative product or solution, consider participating in a Technical Exchange Meeting (TEM).
CRADAs fall within the purview of DISA's Technology Transfer (T2) program. DISA's Office of Research and Technology Applications (ORTA), located within the DISA Emerging Technology (EM) Directorate, is responsible for the administration, facilitation, and management of DISA's T2 Program.
For additional information on DISA's T2 Program and the CRADA Process, click here.
The Joint Interoperability
Test Command (JITC) is DISA’s operational test agency, DOD’s joint
interoperability certifier, and manages DISA’s test infrastructure as a member
of the Major Range and Test Facility Base (MRTFB). JITC is the premier test and
evaluation organization advancing global net-centric testing in support of
warfighting capabilities. As a "one-stop systems testing center,"
JITC provides a full range of rapid, standardized, and customized test,
evaluation, and certification services to support global net-centric
warfighting capabilities under the conditions of peace and war. Specific
services provided include:
product's ability to perform within the parameters defined in policies,
procedures, and control mechanisms. Successful completion of the compliance
testing will provide valuable insight into the capabilities and limitations of
control mechanisms and product performance.
seamless integration of voice, video, and data applications services delivered
ubiquitously across a secure and highly available Internet Protocol
infrastructure. UC integrates standards-based communication and collaboration
services including, but not limited to, the following: messaging; voice, video
and web conferencing; presence; and UC clients.
product’s adherence to Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Instruction
(CJCSI), Military Standards MIL-STD), NATO Standardization Agreements (STANAG),
and Department of Defense prescribed standards. Assessments analyze the
products ability to achieve the result identified in the test parameters.
Standards Conformance Testing serves as a foundation for overall joint
interoperability and should be conducted prior to Joint Interoperability
Certification (JIOP) testing.
system compatibility and interoperability approved Net-Ready Key Performance
Parameter and supporting architectures between DOD and multi-national
information systems. JIOP assesses the system's ability to successfully
exchange mission critical data between DOD and multi-national mission partners.
information about testing with JITC, visit http://www.disa.mil/Mission-Support/Testing.
Reach out to the DISA's Procurement Services Directorate’s Defense Information Technology Contracting Organization (DITCO).
Another opportunity is to attend DISA's annual Forecast to Industry event.
Every year DISA offers an opportunity for our industry partners to hear about the agency’s plans for the future and associated contracting opportunities.
Attendees to this and other events are provided chances to meet with DISA personnel.
Do you have a question about doing business with DISA?
Submit your inquiry to DISA’s Corporate Connections office.