How does it work?

How does it work?

The Department of Defense offers funding opportunities to NSC members through solicitations called Requests for Prototype Proposals (RPPs). The RPPs offer NSC members the opportunity to propose prototype technologies to the technology requirements in each solicitation’s sub-objective area. Active and Upcoming solicitations are listed below.

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For any questions regarding the forecasted projects, please contact Spectrum.Consortium@ati.org.

How does it work?

NSC Solicitation Process

Government and Industry define requirements and capabilities. The RPP is announced. Proposals are submitted by members, then evaluated by government. The project is awarded and work begins. 122 days from request for proposals to contracted work on average.

How does it work?

Project Number Project Title Status
NSC-23-RPP-Z110 Project Mayhem Release Date: 24 August 2022
Proposal Due Date: 20 October 2022 11:59 PM ET
NSC-22-RPP-Z050 Advanced Electronic Spectrum Monitoring (AESM) Closed – Awaiting Award
NSC-22-RPP-Z100 Phased Array Telemetry Antenna System for Aeronautical Mobile Telemetry Closed – Awaiting Award

There are no upcoming Solicitations at this time.

FY 2023 Outlook

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