NSWCCD Code 61 has the responsibility to plan and conduct both research and development and in-service projects pertaining to the development and testing of material systems for use in ship and ship systems. This work spans a broad spectrum from basic research to shipboard application of metallic and nonmetallic materials, associated processes and their applications to Naval requirements.
Under this new task order, CTC and its teammates will perform material and technology development and provide in-service support. The team will also perform planning, provide analyses, conduct engineering, support experiments, and develop documentation to support program needs.
"CTC has worked closely with parts of the NSWCCD Materials Division since the inception of our company, through the Navy Metalworking Center and other programs," said
CTC scientists and engineers are uniquely qualified to assist with NSWCCD's mission. CTC's technical reputation has been recognized by a number of organizations, receiving the TechQuest Pennsylvania Technology Provider of the Year Award (2013), TechQuest Pennsylvania Technology Product of the Year Award (2011, 2009), Gold Edison Award (2013), Defense Manufacturing Technology Achievement Award (2010, 2008), and Defense Logistics' Best Technology Implementation Award (2010), among many others.
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