The National Technology Alliance (NTA) is the first dedicated membership organization designed to accelerate commercialization opportunities for the nation’s innovation ecosystem. NTA supports U.S. national interests, including initiatives from the National Science & Technology Council, National Defense Strategy, USD (R&A) Technology Vision for An Era of Competition, SBA Lab-To-Market programs, and Academy of Sciences recommendations. NTA works with industry leaders to stay current on their technology roadmaps and critical needs.

Sources of new ideas are infinite. Funding is not. NTA identifies people and organizations developing best in class technologies, connecting our members to vetted public and private funding and commercialization opportunities. NTA was created to consolidate the nation’s innovation ecosystem, casting a wide net for undiscovered innovators and potential dual-use technologies to accelerate commercialization. Whether you are an academic or industry researcher, a startup entrepreneur, an investor or licensing professional, or engaged in supporting technology transition in any manner, expand your pipeline of opportunities; and join NTA today!

NTA is powered by Advanced Technology International (ATI), the pioneer in federal R&D collaboration which actively manages 25+ multifaceted consortia to address critical national technology needs. ATI is the parent organization of TechConnect, the world’s leading innovation and technology matchmaking service provider. Building on 50 years of combined experience bringing the right people and technology together to address our nation’s challenges, NTA will further our efforts to bridge the private innovation sector, the Federal marketplace, and beyond.

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NTA is operated by the 501c(3) non-profit Advanced Technology International (ATI) and supported by ATI-acquired communities under TechConnect and Nano Science and Technology Institute (NSTI). Through a combined 50-years of accelerating technology, NTA represents over $50 billion in federal prototype funding authority, the nation’s largest pipeline of private-sector scouting programs, and an ecosystem of over 500,000 researchers, innovators, technology prospectors and investors.