NDIA provides a platform through which leaders in government, industry and academia can collaborate and provide solutions to advance the national security and defense needs of the nation. NDIA convenes events and forums for the exchange of ideas, which encourage research and development, and routinely facilitates analyses on the complex challenges and evolving threats to our national security.
NDIA now offers webinar, meeting, and conference content available On Demand for your review and information on your own time. See the On Demand link for available on-demand content. If there are no listings, please check back soon. We update the page regularly.
The NDIA Policy team monitors, advocates for, and educates government stakeholders on, policy matters of importance to the defense industrial base. Our mission is to ensure the continued existence of a viable, competitive national technology and industrial base, strengthen the government-industry partnership through dialogue, and provide interaction between the legislative, executive, and judicial branches. The Policy team also represents NDIA in several inter-association groups representing the defense industry and the government contracting community including the Council of Defense and Space Industry Associations (CODSIA), the Acquisition Reform Working Group (ARWG), and the Industry Logistics Coalition (ILC).
Over the past three years, the Policy team has led NDIA’s Acquisition Reform Initiative. This effort has provided legislative recommendations to assist Congressional acquisition reform efforts, many of which were enacted or influenced final provisions in the Fiscal Year 2016 and Fiscal Year 2017 National Defense Authorization Acts. Policy staff regularly meets with key policy stakeholders, and manages Congressional interaction with NDIA Chapters and Divisions.
NDIA's vast network of members embodies the full spectrum of corporate, government, academic, and individual stakeholders who advocate for a strong, vigilant, and innovative national defense. As part of this diverse network, over 1,560 corporate and 63,800 individual members are actively developing best practices, initiatives, technology, and products in defense with continued guidance and feedback from key stakeholders.
NDIA Affiliates are subsidiary organizations that focus on specific areas and missions related to it's community of interest. Each affiliate has its own membership, structure, and dues.
A robust defense industrial-government network consisting of Divisions, Industrial Committees, and ad-hoc Working Groups. These organizations are driving the future of defense through education, access, and collaboration. Follow the links to learn more about activities, missions, and contacts.
The NDIA Business Institute exists to build a more capable, qualified, and
efficient Defense Industrial Base to support our national security through
doing business with the Department of Defense.
The NDIA Chapters are the foundation of the Association. Located in areas of concentrated defense work, they collaborate with government and industry to facilitate important discussions of local issues and matters critical to our national defense.
Join a local chapter and get plugged in to NDIA.
Stop Movement for all Domestic Travel for DoD Components in Response to Corona virus Disease 2019
ARWG letter to Hill on Equitable Adjustments-Final with logos_19March
COVID19 Letter to House
COVID19 Letter to Senate
COVID19 Letter to Ms Lord with FAQs
Letter to Capitol Hill for COVID19 Support House Approps Final LS
Letter to Capitol Hill for COVID19 Support Senate Approps Final LS
SB COVID-19 IMPACTS Survey Preliminary Results Summary
COVID-19 Small-Business Impacts Survey Results
COVID-19 Small-Business Impacts Survey Summary
TriAssnJointLetterSec889 NDIA 3 31 20 SignedNDIA AND PSC 040120
Letter to Sec Lord re Further Guidance v4 Signed
Multi Association 3610 Request to OMB 16Apr2020-FINAL
NDIA Small Business Survey Response1
Sridhar Award Nomination Form_2020
Winning Nomination 2019
Chapter Reference Guide_SEP2020
Division Reference Guide_SEP2020
HR New hire documents
2018 Federal W-4
2018 D-4 DC
2018 Maryland W-507
Colonial Place Parker Account Information form
Employment Eligibility Verification_I9_Form
Employee Basic Data Form
Authorization Agreement for Automatic Deposits
Parking Request Form
Fitness Facility Waiver Documents
Bike Rack Combo Waiver-FINAL
Financial Lingo and the Non-Profit
HR Policy from the Intranet
HR policies_Differental Pay2
HR policies_Professional Development Policy
HR policies_Professional Development Expense Agreement
HR policies_Communicable Illness
HR policies Harassment_Staff
HR policies_Leave Donation Policy
HR policies_PAID PARENTAL LEAVE POLICY
HR policies_Sharing Information
Simulationist Code of Ethics
Section 3610 Extension Letter
Combined CEO multiassociation 3610 11Dec2020 letters to leadership
Final signed 3610 CEO letter to Leadership 11Dec2020