Since its inception in 1987, CTC has gained experience operating national Centers
of Excellence. That year, we were selected to operate the Navy Metalworking Center
(formerly known as the National Center for Excellence in Metalworking Technology),
and we have subsequently been awarded a number of similar opportunities.
All CTC clients benefit from the up-to-the-minute expertise readily available through
these Centers of Excellence. CTC employs highly qualified experts and engages the
most advanced technology to constantly deliver leading-edge solutions for high-profile
CTC operates these Centers of Excellence:
Department of Defense Voluntary Protection Programs Center of Excellence (VPP CX)
Bill Tumblin, CTC VPP CX Manager, 877-292-2880
, or visit the Web site at vppcx.org
The Department of Defense Voluntary Protection Programs Center of Excellence (VPP
CX) deploys Voluntary Protection Program-compliant safety management systems and
programs that assist DoD installations and defense agencies in achieving and maintaining
Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Voluntary Protection Programs
Star status. Commanders at Star sites are realizing what they note as "a decrease
in non-availability," thus an increase in readiness and sustainability.
Navy Metalworking Center
(Formerly the National Center for Excellence in Metalworking Technology (NCEMT))
Daniel L. Winterscheidt, CTC NMC Program Director, (814) 269-6840 email@example.com
, or visit the Web site at www.nmc.ctc.com
The Navy Metalworking Center was established in 1988 as one of the Centers of Excellence
sponsored by the United States Navy Manufacturing Technology (ManTech) Program.
Early in its history, the Navy Metalworking Center established its reputation as
one of the nation's premier resources for developing and disseminating affordable,
advanced metalworking technologies.
National Defense Center for Energy and Environment (NDCEE)
(Formerly the National Defense Center for Environmental Excellence)
Heather Moyer, CTC NDCEE Program Director, (814) 269-6474 firstname.lastname@example.org
, or visit the Web site at www.ndcee.ctc.com
The National Defense Center for Energy and Environment (NDCEE) serves as a national
leadership organization to address high-priority energy, environmental, safety,
and occupational health challenges for the Department of Defense (DoD), other government
organizations, and the industrial community. The NDCEE supports research, demonstration,
and fielding of viable, mission-driven solutions that reduce total ownership costs.
System of Systems Engineering Center of Excellence (SoSECE)
Greg Jablunovsky, SoSECE, 800-518-0493, or for more information on our System of
Systems Engineering work, visit
SoSECE (pronounced SO SEK' EE ) was established to provide a focused resource to
facilitate the nation’s need to have weapons systems that are truly conceived, developed,
and integrated as interoperable System of Systems (SoS). SoSECE’s main objective
is to develop a formal SoS engineering methodology and apply this methodology to
Department of Defense (DoD) programs.