The Department of Defense Mentor-Protégé Program
This program provides reimbursement to DoD prime contractors who would like to transfer technology and/or train a small disadvantaged business in a new process or technology. If your company is ramping up on a new program, or needs to add a dual source to a current program, the Mentor-Protégé program is a perfect vehicle to reduce risk and costs normally associated with source development. It was through participation in this program that ACTI and Lockheed were awarded the prestigious Nunn Perry award in February of 2009.
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History & Ownership
ACTI was founded in October of 1996 by Michael D. Rauch, President and CEO, and is located in a state-of-the-art composites manufacturing facility on the northern shore of the Olympic Peninsula. ACTI delivers aircraft parts and assemblies to both domestic and international customers and in the process has earned awards and ratings for the highest levels of quality and delivery.
SDB and Other Incentive Programs to Engage ACTI
Small Disadvantaged Business and HUBZone
Prior to October 2011 ACTI was certified by the Small Business Administration as a Small Disadvantaged Business, an 8(a), and as a HUBZone business. Documentation of this can be found by visiting the SBA-DOD Central Contractor Registration (CCR)database or the SBA’s Pro-Net database.