IDCC, Integrated Dual-use Commercial Companies, was formed in 1991 by major commercial firms focused on improving the effectiveness of their collaborations (including R&D) with the Federal government.
Enable commercial companies to more effectively collaborate with the Federal Government using commercial practices, as much as possible:
- We assist member companies to better understand government directions, funding, programs, and objectives.
- We benchmark and share knowledge about conducting R&D and commercial contract activities with the gov’t to increase member effectiveness and revenue in these transactions.
- We monitor Federal Acquisition Legislation, Regulations, and Policies and encourage the adoption of commercial practices that lower acquisition costs to the government and promote US economic growth and job creation.
- We educate and inform government stakeholders about the potential
contribution of member companies.