The Munitions Industrial Base Task Force is a group of 15 companies in the munitions business who have come together to pursue a common goal:

Adequate funding and policies to sustain a responsive, capable
U.S. munitions industrial base to develop, produce, and
support superior munitions for the U.S. and its allies.

Task Force membership represents most of the major munitions prime contractors, as well as a cross-section of subcontractors and suppliers. These companies manage both government-owned facilities as well as those owned solely by the private sector. The Task Force does not advocate specific programs on behalf of any of its members.

The Task Force was established as a non-profit association on July 1, 1993 with a small staff in Arlington, Virginia.

MIBTF Antitrust Compliance Policy:  It is the policy of MIBTF to promote free and fair competition in all markets in which its members participate.  For that reason, MIBTF has adopted a written antitrust compliance policy, which is intended to ensure compliance by MIBTF, its members and their employees with the federal and state antitrust laws in connection with all MIBTF meetings, activities, and functions.

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