Learn more and get involved with ARM’s efforts to mitigate the COVID-19 pandemic
ARM COVID-19 Efforts
This page will be updated periodically as we learn about funding opportunities related to COVID-19. On June 29, ARM released a new Technology Project Call soliciting proposals for COVID-19 related projects to help the U.S. Department of Defense respond to the COVID-19 pandemic and future pandemics. This Project Call has now closed and you can read about our selected projects here.
In spring, ARM Members participated in a NIST call for technology and workforce proposals related to mitigating COVID-19. The call for these proposals closed on April 20, 2020 and, despite the short turnaround time, we received more than 70 highly competitive project proposals. More than half a dozen ARM staff and our government partners worked to thoroughly review these proposals using the articulated NIST criteria: Rationality and Merit, Potential Immediate Impact, Resources, and Budget. From this project call, a technology project from ARM Member Wilder Systems was selected for funding.
Interested in receiving more updates about COVID-19 and learning more about funding opportunities? Email [email protected] to join and become part of this important effort to secure our nation’s future through innovations in technology and workforce development.
Additional COVID-19 Resources
Crowd-Sourcing Regional Information
ARM Members – use the Regional Collaborative Groups within the ARM Member Community under the Group Tab to share regional COVID-19 related resources.
Congress recently passed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. Click here for a guide to the programs and other resources that will be provided to business through the CARES Act.
U.S. Disaster Response Registry
Registering through the U.S. Disaster Response Registry can make your organization more readily available to help with urgent COVID-19 related requests from the government. Click here to learn more about registering.
Click here to learn more about selling or donating personal protective equipment (PPE) to FEMA.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Click here for the most up-to-date information about CDC best practices, including cleaning, social distancing, and others, for COVID-19.