NDIA Releases Its 2023 AI Sourcebook


ARLINGTON, VA – NDIA announces the release of its 2023 AI Sourcebook, a free PDF that serves as the definitive guide to AI providers. 

The first edition was published in 2022 and offers a survey of companies providing real, actionable AI solutions and services, and categorizes them based on their proven capabilities and fields of expertise. The sourcebook focuses on AI in the U.S. defense sector. The guide was created to fill a gap in the sector as there is no other readily accessible way of parsing companies in the field. 

“NDIA is pleased to provide the 2023 AI Sourcebook as a comprehensive reference guide to AI providers. The sourcebook is part of NDIA’s commitment to strengthening connections between government leaders and industry partners on the most relevant capabilities our warfighters need to maintain their competitive advantage,” Jen Stewart, Executive Vice President for Policy and Strategy at NDIA said.


The AI Sourcebook categorizes companies that provide actionable AI solutions and services by using an AI Ontology that divides the wide field of AI into three general categories: AI Software, AI Hardware, and AI Services. Each category contains several AI technological aspects that are central to AI as a technology. 


The guide can be accessed here: NDIA.org/AISourcebook


For more information on the guide, contact Chris Sax, Strategy Associate: csax@NDIA.org and (703) 247-2571 or Habiba Hamid, Director of Public Affairs & Communications: hhamid@NDIA.org.

About the National Defense Industrial Association

The National Defense Industrial Association is the trusted leader in defense and national security associations. As a 501(c)(3) corporate and individual membership association, NDIA engages thoughtful and innovative leaders to exchange ideas, information, and capabilities that lead to the development of the best policies, practices, products, and technologies to ensure the safety and security of our nation. NDIA’s membership embodies the full spectrum of corporate, government, academic, and individual stakeholders who form a vigorous, responsive, and collaborative community in support of defense and national security. For more than 100 years, NDIA and its predecessor organizations have been at the heart of the mission by dedicating their time, expertise, and energy to ensuring our warfighters have the best training, equipment, and support. For more information, visit NDIA.org.