Industrial Committee Of Ammunition Producers(ICAP).
The primary objective of the ICAP is to serve as a forum for NDIA industry members to review and discuss issues, policies and procedures pertaining to the development, production and fielding of ammunition.
The committee serves the Commander, Joint Munitions & Lethality Life Cycle Systems Command / Program Executive Officer, Ammunition, headquartered at Picatinny Arsenal, N.J. and the Commander, U.S. Army Joint Munitions Command (JMC), headquartered at Rock Island, IL. The committee is formed by corporate membership consisting of executives from defense industry producers of ammunition components who routinely communicate and exchange ideas with other industry members within their sector. Active sectors include demilitarization, fuzes, GOCOs (government-owned/contractor-operated plants), medium caliber, large caliber, propellants and explosives, warheads and rockets, pyrotechnics and systems.
Discussion areas have included ammunition readiness, on-time delivery, critical materiel supply issues, and the relationship of issues such as production, the industrial base and stockpile, war fighter needs, Contractor Performance Certification Program and industry participation in Army planning and IPTs. The ICAP also serves to provide knowledgeable people for studies and analysis of issues which could impact the munitions industrial base;
Staff Director: Michael Dauth 247-2593
Chair Mr. Michael Wilson General Dynamics - Ordnance & Tactical Systems
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|Title Annotation:||NDIA Committees & Divisions|
|Comment:||Industrial Committee Of Ammunition Producers(ICAP).(NDIA Committees & Divisions)|
|Date:||Aug 1, 2011|
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