- Bob Jones
- Green Dragon Six Consulting LLC
Founded: 1944 |Aberdeen, MD
Located at the historic Aberdeen Proving Ground the chapter has a history almost as old as the history of the Proving Ground itself. The mission of the APG chapter is to support its members. Membership defines the needs and goals of this chapter through networking, sharing of information and socializing in positive and enriching environments.
- Trevor Huth
Founded: 1994 |Orlando, FL
Meeting in the Orlando area, the Central Florida Chapter supports the programs and activities of the national association; provides a means for liaison with and for local government agencies and personnel; encourages and facilitates exchanges of information between industry and government, with particular reference to national security, defense preparedness and Modeling & Simulation.
Central New Jersey Chapter
- Joe Brady
- NAVMAR Applied Sciences Corporation
Founded: 1955 |Langhorne, PA
This chapter presently does not have a website. For more information about chapter activities contact the President.
- Brian Gocial, Esq.
- Blank Rome LLP
Founded: 1926 |Philadelphia, PA
The Delaware Valley Chapter of the National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA) consists of approximately 1300 members representing leading organizations in the greater Philadelphia region that support the defense industrial base. The chapter is committed to support the programs and activities of NDIA, provide a means for liaison with local government agencies and personnel, and encourage and facilitate the development of the national defense industrial base within the region. Our programs foster the exchange of information between industry and government with particular reference to national security.
Upcoming Events: 06/08/2017| Delaware Valley Chapter Obsolescence Mitigation Contract Opportunities Event
- Mr. Brian Smith
- Insurance Office of America
Founded: 1970 |Kennesaw, GA
The Georgia Chapter of the National Defense Industrial Association is a state-wide chapter supporting the defense industry across the State of Georgia and our 8 military communities by: Providing a legal and ethical forum for the interchange of ideas between the government and industry; encouraging and facilitating the exchange of information between industry and government with particular reference to national security and defense preparedness; promoting communication between industry, government, academic, and research facilities, and pursuing an active program in support of association membership, recruitment, retention, and providing a value-added service to members. Our special area of emphasis is both aspects of aerospace…aero and space.
- Ms. Megan McKinney
- Banneker Industries, Inc.
Founded: 2009 |Rockton, IL
There are currently over 300 organizations consisting of more than 1180 active NDIA members in the Great Lakes Chapter, covering northeast Illinois, Wisconsin and Indiana. Join us and take advantage of everything the NDIA Great Lakes Chapter has to offer.
- Bill McCoy
- Xaxax Analytics, LLC
Founded: 1927 |Springfield, MO
Our chapter name is derived from the three Great Rivers: the Missouri, Mississippi, and Illinois, which generally align with the Chapter's geographic responsibilities. The Great Rivers Chapter includes the state of Missouri, southwestern Illinois including the Scott AFB area and defense industries within an hour’s drive of the Gateway Arch, and eastern Kansas around Fort Leavenworth. The chapter supports the national-level views of the NDIA and acts locally to accomplish the NDIA’s missions and goals.
Greater Indiana Chapter
- Ms. Deanna Dennison
- Pro-Active Engineering, Inc.
Founded: 1981 |Indianapolis, IN
This chapter presently does not have a website. For more information about chapter activities contact the Chapter President.
- Brad Bolstad
- Raython SAS Company
Founded: 1936 |El Segundo, CA
NDIA Greater Los Angeles Chapter is focused on supporting the US Air Force Space and Missile Systems Center at the Air Force Base in El Segundo, California. The chapter welcomes new members who are interested in contributing to the ethical exchange of relevant technology and policy information through workshops, panel discussions and our support of ROTC and STEM programs.