Why small manufacturers are key to DoD’s plans to strengthen its supply base
Over the last 30 years, the number of domestic suppliers serving the U.S. Department of Defense has shrunk dramatically. Now, the DoD is pulling out all stops to strengthen, diversify, and expand its industrial supply base, a critical necessity for national security and economic competitiveness.
Meanwhile, a Connecticut-based metal forming specialist continues to solidify its position in the DoD’s domestic supply base by turning out a range of complex. precision parts for the aerospace and defense industries.