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If you are interested in CTTSO and our efficient use of U.S. government funds to meet our mission, we want to talk to you.


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The CTTSO’s Mission

The CTTSO identifies and develops capabilities to combat terrorism and irregular adversaries and to deliver these capabilities to DoD components and interagency partners through rapid research and development, advanced studies and technical innovation, and provision of support to U.S. military operations.


Threat Day 2015

The Combating Terrorism Technical Support Office’s Threat Day will take place on January 8, 2015 at the Ronald Reagan Building in Washington D.C. Threat Day is a unique opportunity for our operational stakeholders to take a step back from the highly technical aspect of various requirements and projects to gain a broader understanding of the current and future threat environment and to become engaged on a different level. Threat Day 2015 will include topic areas such as "Game Changers", New ways to defeat violent extremists, Assessing Global Threats via Media Monitoring Technologies, and Emerging Biological Threats.

Threat Day is open to U.S. Government employees and their SETA support contractors and representatives from the Governments of the United Kingdom, Singapore, Israel, Australia, and Canada. Threat Day is not open to Industry and Academia. Register here for Threat Day.

APBI 2015 registration is now open

Register before December 27, 2014 to secure the early rate for CTTSO’s Advance Planning Briefing for Industry (APBI) taking place February 5, 2015 at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center in Washington D.C. CTTSO Program Managers will brief requirements anticipated for funding in Fiscal Year 2016 and advertised using a Broad Agency Announcement (BAA). To register, please visit the APBI website.

Featured Project

Micro Tactical Ground Robot (MTGR)The Micro Tactical Ground Robots (MTGR) are being rapidly developed and fielded to Special Operations and EOD forces in support of combat operations.