The Distributed Bioindustrial Manufacturing Request for Enhanced White Papers (RWP) was released on Jan. 31, 2024

Defense Industrial Base Consortium (DIBC)

DIBC aims to diversify and expand a robust and resilient defense industrial base to meet national security needs.

MISSION

To coalesce and expand the defense industrial base (DIB) in support of the MCEIP critical subsectors.

VISION

To deliver a resilient U.S. supply chain and workforce able to respond in times of national security crisis without reliance on foreign sources.

FUNDING

DIBC minimizes barriers to entry for small, non-traditional businesses to work with the Government, and access research and prototyping teaming opportunities.

COLLABORATION

We foster collaboration between Government, Industry, and Academia to build a robust, resilient defense industrial base.

INNOVATION

DIBC enables rapid research, access to commercial solutions for defense requirements, and innovations from industry, academia, and non-traditionals.

Join the DIBC

The Manufacturing, Capability Expansion, and Investment Prioritization Directorate (MCEIP) established an Other Transaction Agreement (OTA) to enable rapid research, access to commercial solutions for defense requirements, and innovations from industry, academia, and non-traditional contractors. DIBC members focus on identifying, developing, and testing cutting-edge capabilities at the speed of innovation.

Who Should Join

Traditional Defense Contractors

Industry & Startup Innovators

Non-Profits

Academic & Research Institutions

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