Total Members: 138
* Indicates Nontraditional
*Action Medical Technologies
*Advanced Bioscience Laboratories, Inc. (ABL)
*Albany Molecular Research Inc. (AMRI)
*Allied Technologies and Consulting, LLC (ATC)
*Artificial Cell Technologies, Inc.
Battelle Memorial Institute
*Bavarian Nordic, Inc.
*BioCryst Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
*BioFire Defense, LLC
*BioHybrid Solutions, Inc.
*Biological Mimetics, Inc.
Bioo Scientific Corporation
*BioSAFE Engineering, LLC
Booz Allen Hamilton
*Brimrose Technology Corporation
C*California Institute of Technology
*Click Diagnostics, Inc.
D*Data Sciences International
Draper Labs (The Charles Stark Draper Laboratory, Inc.)
*Dyne Immune Institute for Translational Medicine and Research Inc.
DynPort Vaccine, LLC.
F*Flow Pharma, Inc.
*Fraunhofer USA Center for Molecular Biotechnology
*FujiFilm Pharmaceuticals USA
General Electric Company, GE Global Research
*Guild Associates, Inc.
*Hawaii Biotech, Inc.
HORIBA Instruments, Inc.
IIIT Research Institute
*InBios International, Inc.
*Indiana Biosciences Research Institute
*Integrated Bio Therapeutics
*Integrity Bio, Inc.
J*Janssen Research & Development, LLC
*Janus-I Science, Inc.
*JGW International (dba JGW Group)
*Just Biotherapeutics, Inc.
*JYANT Technologies, Inc.
N*Northern Arizona University
*Oryn Therapeutics LLC
RRector and Visitors of the University of Virginia
S*SAb Biotherapeutics, Inc
*Sentinel Analytics Software, Inc.
*Shield Analysis, Inc
*SHL Pharma, Inc.
Southwest Research Institute
*SynerGene Therapeutics, Inc.
*Synthetic Genomics Vaccines Inc.
Texas Biomedical Research Institute
*The Conafay Group
*The Pennsylvania State University
*Tonix Pharmaceuticals Holding Corp.
U*University of Arizona
University of Florida
*University of Nebraska Medical Center
*University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
*University of Pittsburgh
*University of Tennessee
V*Vaxess Technologies, Inc.
*Valaria Technical Consultants, LLC
WWake Forest University Health Sciences
Who Should Join?
Any company, university, or research organization with expertise in the technology areas specifically related to the JPEO-CBD mission
How Long Does the Process Take?
An application with all necessary documentation and certificates can be processed in as little as 1-2 business days. However, it can take up to several weeks if an applicant needs to obtain a DD2345 or update any expired certificates (SAM.gov, DD2345, DUNS, CAGE). If you have questions regarding these documents, please contact us at MCDC@ati.org
When Should My Company Join?
It is best to apply early to allow enough time for the application processes. Postponing membership until a Solicitation is active, may result in unforseen delays and the inability to submit a proposal. The MCDC has worked to keep membership dues to an amount that should not prohibit an organization from joining whenever they are ready.
Can an International Company Participate?
Membership in MCDC is limited to US companies or US-based affiliates of foreign companies. Foreign companies cannot gain membership due to MCDC’s requirement that members obtain a DD2345 (military critical technical data agreement). However, foreign companies can be subcontractors (team members) on projects awarded through the Other Transaction Agreement (OTA) as long as they can meet the terms and conditions of the OTA. The MCDC member awarded the project is responsible for flowing the applicable requirements down to the foreign company.
Apply for Membership
Download the Membership Application. Review, complete and sign the document.
Sign the Articles of Collaboration
Download the Articles of Collaboration. Review the document and sign page 13.
Confirm and Sumbit
Confirm necessary documentation for submission
- Completed and signed Membership Application
- Signed page 13 of the Articles of Collaboration
- Copy of current DD2345 certification (What is this?)
- DSS-approved mitigation plan OR signed Export Compliance Acknowledgement Form for those operating under FOCI
Email Membership Application, page 13 of the Articles of Collaboration and DD2345 form to:
Networking opportunities with consortium members (industry and academia), Government and other strategic stakeholders, at annual membership meetings and valuable conferences and forums
Provides visibility into Government needs and priorities, enabling members to direct R&D (and IR&D) investments to meet them.
Creates a channel for small companies and non-traditional suppliers to identify opportunities and establish customer relationships with Government and other members.
Operates through a flexible contracting vehicle capable of multiple tasking with a single set of terms and conditions.
Minimizes cash flow challenges through rapid, single-point-contracting capability of the Consortium Management Firm (CMF)