DARPA Tactical Technology Office to Host Proposers’ Day on Disruptive Warfare Tech

DARPA Tactical Technology Office to Host Proposers' Day on Disruptive Warfare Tech - top government contractors - best government contracting eventAn office within the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency will host a virtual proposers’ day to disseminate information on investment plans under the Disruptive Capabilities for Future Warfare broad agency announcement.

DARPA said Friday its Tactical Technology Office seeks to discover and exhibit the use of unorthodox, alternative approaches and technologies that are intended to disrupt traditional warfighting and enemy decision-making.

The event, which will take place June 6 to 7, will feature pre-recorded videos that present information on TTO’s mission and give attendees the chance to discuss military research, development and demonstration concepts with TTO program managers.

Interested applicants may register through June 1.

DARPA said it will release the associated BAA by mid-June.

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