Hawaii Technology Development Venture: Request for Proposals (HTDV 2012-02 RFP)
Mon, 03/05/2012 - 12:00pm

The Hawaii Technology Development Venture (HTDV), a project of the Pacific International Center for High Technology Research (PICHTR), is soliciting proposals for applied research, advanced technology development, and transition and commercialization of technologies of interest. Innovative concepts and new approaches are being sought from Hawaii-based small business firms to meet current and future Department of Navy (DoN) and Department of Defense (DoD) requirements as well as those products demonstrating dual-use capabilities. HTDV will execute the program outlined in this announcement contingent upon funding amount and availability.

This solicitation directly supports the Office of Naval Research’s

Asia Pacific Technology and Education Program (APTEP). The primary goal of APTEP is to promote commerce and partnerships in the Asia-Pacific region through advancements in research, technology development and education. This includes continuing development of world-leading U.S. research capabilities; a U.S. economic base providing technologies to meet Asia-Pacific needs; and a U.S. workforce educated to develop and implement appropriate technologies. In addition, APTEP promotes partnerships with Asia-Pacific nations for the open exchange of technology advancements and joint educational opportunities.

Please download the file below for complete details.

Harold S. Masumoto, Project Director, or Keith T. Matsumoto, Technical Director, HTDV Project Office, 2800 Woodlawn Drive, Suite 192, Honolulu, Hawaii 96822, phone (808) 237-5160
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