Businesses have several ways of working with the U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command.
The U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command recognizes that unique and innovative products or ideas that have been developed outside the government can help the command accomplish its missions. The intent of the New Products and Ideas (NPI) system is to provide USAMRMC with visibility of new products and ideas that support our mission, either as currently configured or with additional development and allows the vendor an opportunity to showcase that product or idea. The NPI provides a means for our subject matter experts to assess these products and ideas, evaluate their applicability to USAMRMC's mission, and provide feedback to the submitter. To submit a New Product or Idea for consideration, please visit http://mrmc-npi.amedd.army.mil/.
The U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command has experienced firsthand how small businesses can deliver a required product or service on time, in the right quantity and at a fair and reasonable price. Whether the procurement is a micro-purchase via government credit card or a multi-million dollar contract, the Command has reaped many benefits of its formal arrangements with small businesses. The Command makes a concerted effort to forge strategic alliances with various small businesses that offer innovative products, quality services, and dynamic business solutions in support of many Department of Defense initiatives.
According to the Department of the Army metrics, during the last two years, the Command has been successful in exceeding the mandated goal of awards made to small businesses. Visit the Office of Small Business Programs Web Site to learn more about how small business can work with the Command.
The Defense Medical Materiel Program Office, along with other medical professionals at Fort Detrick, Md., routinely set aside dates called Vendor Days for medical equipment and supply vendors to display products to multiple organizations at one time. For more information, see our Vendor Days section.
The U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command's Technology Transfer Office coordinates all intellectual property licensing from the federal sector to nonfederal parties on behalf of all the Command's subordinate laboratories.
If you are unable to locate a technology or if you would like to find out more about a specific area, please contact us for further information:USAMRMC ORTA