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Over the last three decades, EWI has successfully administered U.S. government contracts with a total potential net value well over $100 Million. One of those projects includes the Navy Joining Center (NJC), a Navy MANTECH Center of Excellence, which EWI ran for over 19 years. Other project sponsors we work with include the Army MANTECH Program and non-military, government agencies such as the Department of Energy (DOE), the Department of the Interior (DOI), and the Department of Transportation (DOT).

As the largest and most experienced applied R&D organization in North America dedicated to materials joining and allied technologies, EWI has supported federal program ranging from gas transmission pipelines and offshore oil platforms, to automotive vehicle structures, to a wide range of weaponry systems. For these programs, we have provided dozens of advanced manufacturing technologies, including non-destructive evaluation (NDE) and inspection, engineering critical analysis, modeling and simulation, design for manufacturing, automation, manufacturing assistance, professional training, and knowledge-based quality and optimization.

EWI’s efficient operating model provides the effective project management and technical knowledge required to successfully execute government programs. Our strong track record working with the government has earned EWI a positive reputation for conformance to specifications and standards of good workmanship, including timeliness of performance, record of cost containment, history of reasonable and cooperative behavior, and commitment to customer satisfaction.

To learn more about EWI’s experience helping government agencies and their suppliers use manufacturing technology innovation to become more efficient and competitive, contact Bob Kratzenberg, Government Market Manager, at bkratzenberg@ewi.org or 614.688.5157.

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