Posted by Stephen Palamara, TCC Director of Business Development

TCC is proud to announce we are part of the INdiana Consortium for Advanced Technology Transition (INCATT). The Indiana Innovation Institute (IN3) brings together the best minds in government, academia and industry to solve real world problems for the Department of Defense, National Security Agencies and industry.

IN3 has purpose-built teams, that concentrate on difficult technical problems in microelectronics, hypersonics, electronic warfare and other advanced technologies, rapidly and efficiently attack the problem to transform great ideas into critical national capabilities.

IN3 brought together an alliance of collaborative organizations into a consortium to solve those challenging problems. Consortium members uncover urgent requirements and organize their capabilities to bring solutions to the end users in both government and industry. Consortium members generate the momentum to solve the nation’s toughest microelectronics supply chain challenges.

By joining the consortium, TCC is part of this exchange. The consortium provides the following benefits to members:

  • The consortium provides a deep network of collaborators, and a platform to showcase our company’s latest solutions
  • It provides access to current and relevant defense requirements and technology, and procurement and policy issues
  • It provides a feedback loop to highlight new opportunities to maximize the defense potential of our company

To learn more about INCATT please visit their website http://in3indiana.com/consortium/

To learn more about TCC’s IT Managed Services and Cybersecurity please visit our website https://e-tcc.com/managed-services.

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