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NAVY - SECNAV 3900.8A

(OP-098F) TECHNICAL COOPERATION PROGRAM (TTCP)

inactive, Most Current
Organization: NAVY
Publication Date: 18 October 1984
Status: inactive
Page Count: 8
scope:

a. The provisions of this instruction apply to all organizational elements of the Department of the Navy.

b. Enclosure (1):

(1) defines the primary objectives of the TTCP as being to acquaint the participants with military research and development programs conducted by each, to provide a means to carry out cooperative research and development ventures, and to recommend the establishment of bilateral or multilateral agreements in those areas of mutual interest not considered appropriate for sponsorship by TTCP.

(2) defines the perimeter of activity in TTCP as being limited to the technology base, including all aspects of pure research plus those portions of applied research and development devoted to military systems in the generic sense. Prototyping and test and evaluation of specific systems to prove the feasibility of a concept are also included. Development and engineering for specific military systems are not part of the technology base.

(3) establishes the overall policy, objectives, responsibilities and guiding directives, instructions and regulations for participation in TTCP.

(4) specifies the organization for TTCP and the procedures for DOD component participation.

(5) directs that each DOD Component will budget and provide RDT&E funds to cover expenses directly associated with participation in TTCP.

Document History

SECNAV 3900.8A
October 18, 1984
(OP-098F) TECHNICAL COOPERATION PROGRAM (TTCP)
a. The provisions of this instruction apply to all organizational elements of the Department of the Navy. b. Enclosure (1): (1) defines the primary objectives of the TTCP as being to acquaint the...

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