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DISRUPTIVE INNOVATION OPEN HOUSE PDF

Disruptive Innovation Open House

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The RCO will host an open house at the AUSA Annual Meeting on Oct. 11, 2017. Attendees will have the opportunity to provide a 15-minute overview of their disruptive technology solutions. Those ideas we find most promising will be invited to submit whitepapers and potentially scheduled for future follow-up meetings in deep dive format.

Within the Army Rapid Capabilities Office, there is a dedicated cell called the Emerging Technologies Office (ETO). The ETO mission is to directly, and continuously, align, understand and drive academia, industry and Science & Technology solutions to near-term and emerging threats with development and demonstration of revolutionary new capabilities while leveraging innovation by other government agencies and industry partners. Industry partners and other parties who desire to share information with the Emerging Technologies Office should click the "Submit a Technology" button below.

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Participants are hereby instructed NOT to submit proprietary or classified information, as the government shall not be responsible for safeguarding any proprietary information or liable for damages, including but not limited to any direct, indirect, special, incidental, or consequential damages of any character arising as a result of submission of any proprietary information.

This is not a request for proposal, request for quotation, or an invitation for bid, nor does it obligate or restrict the Government to any particular acquisition approach. This does not constitute a solicitation and does not obligate the Government to issue a solicitation. Information provided is solely for market research purposes. Neither unsolicited proposal (s) nor any other offers will be considered in response to this request or accepted by the Government to form a binding contract. Contractors are solely responsible for all expenses associated with providing a response.


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