The U.S. Army's Combat Vehicle Prototyping (CVP) program is investing in Science and Technology (S&T) development efforts to position the Army for the next generation combat vehicle and provide Leap Ahead technology enabled capability to the combat vehicle fleet. CVP plans to assemble monthly Integrated Product Teams (IPTs) to discuss planned development of Mobility, Survivability, Lethality and Vehicle Electronics Architecture (VEA) technologies.

The purpose of these IPTs is to inform each team about progress in technological development and receive feedback on integration impacts that the CVP program should consider for future applications. During these monthly IPTs, each team will be discussing For Official Use Only (FOUO), export-controlled data relating to CVP technology development requirements, details, approaches, performance, and test results.

The CVP IPTs will provide system integrators and other interested contractors with early insights into Army projects that could potentially add value to its designs, as well as result in better-informed technologies that will generate the best future combat vehicles for our Warfighters. The Government will do a controlled release of the FOUO, export-controlled data to be discussed at each IPT prior to the start of each meeting. The Government will also do a controlled release of meeting summaries within 30 days following each meeting which will encapsulate the discussions held in order to provide contractors with an understanding of the meeting outcomes and paths forward.


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Supplemental information for the CVP Program has been provided at the link below.

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Warning - These documents contains technical data whose export is restricted by the Arms Export Control Act (Title 22, U.S.C., Sec 2751, et seq.) or the Export Administration Act of 1979 (Title 50, U.S.C., App. 2401 et seq.), as amended. Violations of these export laws are subject to severe criminal penalties. Disseminate in accordance with provisions of DoD Directive 5230.25. *

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Justin Eagle
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