Archive for January, 2018

  • NAVSUP Introduction to Source Development The mission of the NAVSUP Weapon Systems Support Contracting Directorate is to procure systems, components, spare parts and overhaul/repair services in providing support of the worldwide aviation and shipboard operations of the U. S. Navy, U.S. Marine Corps, other military departments and customers in foreign military establishments. Acquisitions are originated within 19 Contracting Divisions which are aligned to support specific major weapons systems or categories of equipment.   The Directorate strives to be a world class contracting organization with skills, knowledge, and integrity that are beyond reproach. It is aligned with its customer, using teaming […]

    Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP) Introduction to Source Development

    NAVSUP Introduction to Source Development The mission of the NAVSUP Weapon Systems Support Contracting Directorate is to procure systems, components, spare parts and overhaul/repair services in providing support of the worldwide aviation and shipboard operations of the U. S. Navy, U.S. Marine Corps, other military departments and customers in foreign military establishments. Acquisitions are originated within 19 Contracting Divisions which are aligned to support specific major weapons systems or categories of equipment.   The Directorate strives to be a world class contracting organization with skills, knowledge, and integrity that are beyond reproach. It is aligned with its customer, using teaming […]

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  • By Sierra Jones, Office of Naval Research ARLINGTON, Va.—Qualcomm. iRobot. You might have heard of these companies—one making a huge impact on your wireless technology, the other keeping your home clean. But what you may not know is that they have deep roots in the Department of Defense (DoD), via the Small Business Innovation Research, or SBIR, program. And it’s these two success stories, among many others, that brought together SBIR and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) leaders from the Departments of the Navy and Defense—along with representatives from across government agencies—for the third annual SBIR/STTR Training Workshop, held recently […]

    Think Big, Start Small: Navy SBIR/STTR Program Can Help Advance Your Ideas

    By Sierra Jones, Office of Naval Research ARLINGTON, Va.—Qualcomm. iRobot. You might have heard of these companies—one making a huge impact on your wireless technology, the other keeping your home clean. But what you may not know is that they have deep roots in the Department of Defense (DoD), via the Small Business Innovation Research, or SBIR, program. And it’s these two success stories, among many others, that brought together SBIR and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) leaders from the Departments of the Navy and Defense—along with representatives from across government agencies—for the third annual SBIR/STTR Training Workshop, held recently […]

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