Several documents are required before your company can gain access to federally-funded space technology research opportunities through SpEC. It’s a fairly simple process and we are here to help. Contact us at SpEC-CM@ati.org for assistance.
APPLY FOR MEMBERSHIP
You can apply for SpEC membership online by following the link below.
What you’ll need:
- Signed page 10 of the CMA
- Copy of current DD2345 certification
- DSS-approved mitigation plan OR signed Export Compliance Acknowledgment Form for those operating under FOCI.
VIEW THE CMA & BASE AGREEMENT
You can find the SpEC CMA and Base Agreement, which contains the OT flow down Terms and Conditions, below.
Please contact SpEC-CM@ati.org for application assistance.
QUESTIONS WE OFTEN GET FROM PROSPECTIVE MEMBERS
WHO SHOULD JOIN?
Any company, university, or research organization with expertise in the technology areas specifically related to the Space Enterprise Consortium mission.
HOW LONG DOES THE PROCESS TAKE?
An application with all necessary documentation and certificates can be processed in as little as 1-2 business days. However, it can take up to several weeks if an applicant needs to obtain a DD2345 or update any expired certificates (SAM.gov, DD2345, DUNS, CAGE). See Membership Requirements for a listing of all required certificates and instructions for obtaining them.
If you have questions regarding these documents, please contact us at SpEC-CM@ati.org.
WHEN SHOULD MY COMPANY JOIN?
It is best to apply early to allow enough time for the application processes. Postponing membership until a Solicitation is active may result in unforeseen delays and the inability to submit a proposal. The Space Enterprise Consortium® keeps membership dues to an amount that should not prohibit an organization from joining whenever they are ready.
CAN AN INTERNATIONAL COMPANY PARTICIPATE?
Membership in the Space Enterprise Consortium is limited to US companies or US-based affiliates of foreign companies. Foreign companies cannot gain membership due to the Consortium’s requirement that members obtain a DD2345 (military critical technical data agreement).
- Simplified and streamlined access to government funding.
- Partnering and teaming opportunities for groundbreaking research and prototype efforts.
- Step-by-step guidance throughout the required government vetting, certification, and contracting process.
- An active voice in space technology development and SpEC strategy and execution.
- Frequent educational and networking events with both Government and industry leaders.
- Participation in the integrated development of force enhancement, space control, command and control, and situational awareness capabilities.