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DRAFT Page 1 A unique, non-profit, economic development organization Who we are What we do Lead and partner with industry, academia and government regionally.

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1 DRAFT Page 1 A unique, non-profit, economic development organization Who we are What we do Lead and partner with industry, academia and government regionally and nationally to research and develop innovative solutions that help organizations succeed. Leading. Partnering. Inspiring innovation for your success. Centers of Excellence  Advanced Technology  Education and Workforce Strategies  Energy Solutions  Information Technology

2 DRAFT Page 2 Mission & Vision Provide services and resources to our clients that help them implement innovative solutions, increase efficiencies and improve workforce development, and through collaboration with industry, academia and government, seek to create new partnerships for addressing 21 st century economic challenges. Our vision is to be acknowledged by our clients as the "go to" resource for improving America's competitiveness and as the "best practices" partner for organizations and businesses with a technology focus. We will deliver value-added programs efficiently and effectively, with a bold entrepreneurial spirit, and attract the best and brightest people to our collaborative culture and landmark facilities. Vision Mission

3 DRAFT Page 3 Core Areas WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT TECHNOLOGYEFFICIENCY Helping companies achieve greater productivity Boosting competitiveness through advanced technology Ensuring a well-trained workforce today and for the future Strengthening Economic Competitiveness

4 DRAFT Page 4 Organizational Structure Additive Manufacturing Digital Manufacturing Technology Research and Applications Information Technology Energy Advanced Manufacturing Center (AMC) Laser Processing Precision Machining Education and Workforce Development

5 DRAFT Page 5 Advanced Manufacturing Center Focus  5-axis Machining  Additive Manufacturing  Laser Processing  Non-contact Inspection  Machining Optimization National resource for evaluating, validating and transferring advanced technologies to manufacturers

6 DRAFT Page 6 Education and Workforce Development Focus Programs  Develop and implement innovative K-12 STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) curriculum and programming for students and educators  Research and develop policies and programs to solve manufacturing workforce challenges  Develop and implement skill enhancement and assessment programs for incumbent and dislocated manufacturing workers Enhance and grow the 21 st century STEM talent pipeline  Professional development for teachers  Contextual hands-on learning for students  Accredited assessment testing center: ACT National Career Readiness Certificate (NCRC); Manufacturing Skills Standard Council (MSSC) Certifications  Lead Connecticut. Dream It. Do It. – a campaign to engage students, educators, and communities in manufacturing educational and career pathways

7 DRAFT Page 7 Energy  Energy Infrastructure and Planning  Lead Northeast Electrochemical Energy Storage Cluster (NEESC)  Fuel Cell Economic Development Roadmaps  Administer CT Office of Energy Efficient Businesses  Microgrids – development and evaluation  Manage CT Biodiesel Program Advance solutions to reduce energy costs, increase reliability Focus  Develop regional models for improved energy use  Foster industry, government and academia partnerships to support advanced planning for renewable energy, hydrogen and fuel cell technology Programs

8 DRAFT Page 8 Information Technology Focus  Provide tailored information technology solutions for schools, towns, libraries and other non-profit organizations  Hosted services over the Connecticut Education Network (CEN) Services  Information technology needs assessments  Manage infrastructure and administrative systems  Website, application development and hosting  Voice services: desktop telephones, internet access, local & long distance  Exchange/ server hosting  Virtual desktop services and support Customized, cost-effective suite of IT services

9 DRAFT Page 9 Technology Research and Applications Programs  Alternative liquid fuels for U.S. Department of Defense  Waste-to-fuel feasibility study for U.S. Department of Agriculture Rural Business  Lead the Advanced Nanotechnology Consortium for U.S. Army  Lead Public-Private Partnership for Engine Bearing Refurbishment Assess and evaluate innovative technologies  Determine value proposition of emerging technologies  Predict system performance characteristics  Conduct comparative analyses of competing systems Focus


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