If your company is part of the defense industry, you have a place in NDIA. By joining, your company and its products become more marketable because of the knowledge, visibility, and contacts that NDIA membership offers. You can help shape government policy through the Association's voice, and you are assured that you support an organization committed to defense industrial readiness. As a corporate member, you can take advantage of the following membership benefits:
NDIA Connect, an online community providing broad resources for defense professionals, is the newest member benefit of the National Defense Industrial Association and its Affiliates. Members have 24/7 access to the platform with general and specialized communities, discussion threads, document libraries, and expanded collaboration functionalities. Login at Connect.NDIA.org
Member-Only Events and Webinars
Member-only webinars on topics of interest to the Defense Industrial Base (DIB). Leveraging the insight and engagement of our Strategy & Policy Team, these webinars cover topics ranging from Foreign Military Sales, to Planning, Programming, Budgeting and Execution, to the Federal Acquisition Regulations, to the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification
NDIA's technical and policy symposia connect you to the core of the industry. By attending, you will meet and hear from the movers and shakers in the field, and you will increase contact with peers who share your company's interests. Defense professionals from the public and private sectors rely on these programs for information straight from the experts and for making contacts in industry and government. When you and your colleagues attend NDIA symposia, you are eligible to register at member rates.
Meetings, Conferences and Exhibitions
NDIA offers a wide variety of meetings, conferences, exhibitions and events each year, providing a platform for industry, government, and academia to collaborate, communicate, and network. NDIA events drive strategic dialogue in national security by identifying key issues and leveraging the knowledge and experience of our audience. NDIA convenes groups and individuals for the exchange of ideas, which encourages research and development, promotes the exploration of emerging trends, and facilitates discussion on the complex challenges and evolving threats to our national security. Participation in approximately one dozen NDIA exhibitions each year brings contacts to your company. Building presence over time helps establish relationships with current and prospective customers. The corporate member discount will save your company hundreds of dollars.
NDIA Divisions, Committees, and working groups are made up of volunteers representing their organizations and industries, focused on scientific, technical, policy, and management disciplines of national defense. Participation is limited to representatives of corporate members. By choosing to take part, volunteers from your company might plan symposia, prepare studies, or develop policy recommendations. Increase contacts with fellow experts in the field as a member. Sign up to receive targeted information in your areas of interest by filling out the form below.
Our Chapters throughout the nation give members opportunities for local networking. Typical Chapter programs introduce you to industry and government leaders close to your home. When you join NDIA, you will automatically be assigned to the Chapter located closest to you.
The more knowledge the individuals in your company have, the better they meet the needs of your customers. NDIA equips you with information you can use.
NDIA membership includes a monthly subscription to our award-winning magazine, National Defense, which covers defense programs, policy, business, science, and technology.
Policy Weekly Digest
Our Policy Weekly Digest is a comprehensive resource for information and news relating to government acquisition policy, business intelligence, and defense-related reports and updates.
Weekly Insider, an e-newsletter, provides news and analysis for industry and government professionals. It includes breaking news and full-length features published by National Defense Magazine and its wide array of contributors.
Defense Watch, a monthly e-newsletter, delivers top defense industry-related headlines right to industry and government professionals. Each issue features the current news and event info needed for readers to stay ahead of the information curve.
National Defense Mega Directory
Membership keeps your company visible and recognizable to a targeted audience that includes prime contractors and military purchasers. Your capabilities and service information will be displayed in the online Mega Directory, a "who's who" listing that puts your company name in front of defense community decision-makers.
Regardless of the business climate, defense spending, procurement, and acquisition always draw concerns. NDIA members know that they have a place to voice concerns and an advocate in Washington to work with Congress and the Executive Branch on industry issues and to guide legislation and policy. The Association serves as an advocate for a variety of issues, including: supporting the development of a national security strategy for the 21st Century; Department of Defense modernization; enhanced training and logistics; acquisition process improvement; export-control reform; and defense workforce revitalization.
Global access to financial services from member-owned Pentagon Federal Credit Union: PenFed.org
Corporate Membership Application
- Corporate Application (PDF)