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UNIVERSITY 
OF MICHIGAN 
OHIO STATE 
UNIVERSITY 
PURDUE 
UNIVERSITY 
DEFENSE MANUFACTURING 
ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (DMAP) 
A C...
FOUNDATION PROGRAMS 
 University of Michigan 
 Trade Adjustment Assistance for Firms 
 Michigan, Ohio, Indiana 
 Trade...
FOUNDATION PROGRAMS 
 National Catalog of Excess Manufacturing Capacity (NEXCAP) 
 Inventory, Catalog, and Profiles of A...
DMAP 
THE PROCESS: 
Development of Database of Defense Impacted 
Communities and Companies 
Assessment of Impact 
Asses...
Identify Key/Critical Needs of Defense Communities 
Develop Strategies and Plans to Address Needs 
Work with Consultant...
DEFENSE SUPPLY CHAIN COMPANIES 
Assess for program eligibility 
Assess for Technology Commercialization Potential 
Admi...
DEFENSE SUPPLY CHAIN COMPANIES 
Determine Technical, Engineering, Scientific Capabilities and 
Capacities 
Develop Profi...
DEFENSE SUPPLY CHAIN COMPANIES 
Perform Industry Analysis and Market Specific 
Overview 
Cost share Transition of IP/Tec...
YEAR ONE GOALS 
At Least 10 Companies Per Year Per Institution 
At Least 2 Communities Per Year Per Institution 
Measur...
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Opportunity and Models to Support Defense Industry Diversification and Technology Assistance - Lawrence Molnar

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Participants will learn about funding options in excess of 50 million dollars that are available from the Department of Defense to support defense industry diversification efforts. Several new approaches and programs exist that are linking existing firms with technology and intellectual property residing in colleges and universities. This panel will describe and explain these new programs, including the Technology Commercialization Assistance Program and the First Customer Program. Also to be presented is a new DOD –funded national demonstration program to diversify the defense supply chain -Department of Defense Manufacturing Assistance Program (DMAP). This program will be launched in Michigan, Ohio, and Indiana. The process begins by identifying and understanding capacity, capability, opportunities and the scientific and technical abilities of defense contractors. Each of these categories are assessed and then the company can be linked with university-based technologies and intellectual property for the purpose of commercialization into the private sector.

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Opportunity and Models to Support Defense Industry Diversification and Technology Assistance - Lawrence Molnar

  1. 1. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY PURDUE UNIVERSITY DEFENSE MANUFACTURING ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (DMAP) A COLLABORATION OF INSITITUTIONS
  2. 2. FOUNDATION PROGRAMS  University of Michigan  Trade Adjustment Assistance for Firms  Michigan, Ohio, Indiana  Trade –Impacted Manufacturers  Funding: USDOC EDA  Community Economic Adjustment Program  Plant Closing Communities  Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota  Funding: USDOC EDA  Surviving to Thriving  Automotive Supply Chain  Funding: State of Michigan Economic Development Corporation
  3. 3. FOUNDATION PROGRAMS  National Catalog of Excess Manufacturing Capacity (NEXCAP)  Inventory, Catalog, and Profiles of All Available Manufacturing Sites/Facilities of 250,000 sq. ft. or more in the U.S.  Funding: USDOC, EDA  Technology Commercialization and Assistance Program  First Customer Program  State of Michigan Economic Development Corp.  DMAP  Defense Supply Chain  Small to Medium Size Firms (SME’s)  Michigan, Ohio, Indiana  Funding: Department of Defense/Office of Economic Adjustment
  4. 4. DMAP THE PROCESS: Development of Database of Defense Impacted Communities and Companies Assessment of Impact Assessment of Capacity, Capability, Potential for Successful Outcomes Defense Conversion-Impacted Communities Identify and Engage Key Stakeholders
  5. 5. Identify Key/Critical Needs of Defense Communities Develop Strategies and Plans to Address Needs Work with Consultants and Organizations to Develop Programs and Projects to Meet Community Needs Monitor Activities Measure and Evaluate DMAP THE PROCESS: COMMUNITIES
  6. 6. DEFENSE SUPPLY CHAIN COMPANIES Assess for program eligibility Assess for Technology Commercialization Potential Admit Into Program Perform Diagnostic Analysis
  7. 7. DEFENSE SUPPLY CHAIN COMPANIES Determine Technical, Engineering, Scientific Capabilities and Capacities Develop Profile of Commercial Opportunities  Identify Core Strengthening and Diversification Opportunities Compare Company Profile with University-Based Intellectual Property/Technology Portfolios  Identify Matches and Engage Company and University Lab, Scientist, Faculty
  8. 8. DEFENSE SUPPLY CHAIN COMPANIES Perform Industry Analysis and Market Specific Overview Cost share Transition of IP/Technology from University Lab to Company Monitor Progress Conduct First Customer Assistance Process
  9. 9. YEAR ONE GOALS At Least 10 Companies Per Year Per Institution At Least 2 Communities Per Year Per Institution Measurement and Performance Evaluation Metrics Literature Search and Case Studies Replicate and Scale as Appropriate

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