Today: OLDCC Hosts Webinar on Defense Manufacturing Community Support Program

May 4, 2023

The DOD Office of Local Defense Community Cooperation is hosting a webinar today at 2 p.m. Eastern time, a pre-proposal discussion about the Defense Manufacturing Community Support Program.

OLDCC’s webinar announcement includes instructions on how to join the meeting.

“The Defense Manufacturing Community Support Program is designed to support long-term community investments that strengthen national security innovation and expand the capabilities of the defense manufacturing industrial ecosystem,” the program’s website says.

OLDCC is currently accepting DMCSP applications through June 26 via the official grant announcement.

ADC photo of OLDCC Director Patrick O’Brien at the Defense Communities National Summit by Will Noonan

May 4, 2023

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