Units/Tenants (In Alphabetical Order)
The U.S. Army Contracting Command (ACC), its subordinate organizations and contracting centers enable Army readiness through contracting solutions in support of the Army and Unified Land Operations, anytime, anywhere. As the Army's principal buying agent, ACC ensures Soldiers have what they need to be successful, from food and clothing to bullets and bombs.
The U.S. Army has long given the Armaments Center the immense responsibility of being its primary research and development center for new and existing armament systems which are in use by U.S. service members around the world. We partner with a wide variety of organizations including industry, academia and other government agencies to accelerate the development and transition of new technologies for the Warfighter.
The Defense Contract Management Agency is, first and foremost, a product delivery organization. Our nation’s warfighters expect our defense industry to produce and deliver the equipment they need to fight, survive and win. DCMA’s integrated team of acquisition and support professionals makes this happen.
The Joint Program Executive Office Armaments & Ammunition (JPEO A&A), formerly known as the Program Executive Office Ammunition (PEO Ammo), is committed to providing superior ammunition to the Soldier. The PEO is responsible for life-cycle acquisition management of all conventional ammunition, which includes integrating budgets, acquisition strategies, R&D and life-cycle management across all ammunition families.
The Naval Surface Warfare Center, Indian Head Division, Picatinny Detachment, provides research, development, evaluation and in-service support of energetic systems for the Navy's Energetic Enterprise.
Part of the U.S. Army 7th Signal Command/93rd Signal Brigade, the Picatinny Arsenal Network Enterprise Center (NEC) provides secure, reliable, responsive service in information resources & information technology to multi-component forces, fully supporting Picatinny Arsenal. The NEC also serves as principal focal point for information management matters.
Project Manager Soldier Lethality ensures that Soldiers on the battlefield have overmatch capabilities in individual and crew served weapons. PM SL supports Soldiers through the development, production, fielding, and sustainment of current and future weapons systems, as well as associated target acquisition/fire control products. As a result of PM SL's efforts, Soldiers benefit from continuous improvement programs and are equipped with systems that enhance both survivability and lethality.