Our nation is investing a significant amount of money into the modernization of the nuclear triad.
With this funding, we’ll develop technology that is expected to last until 2075. Businesses engaging as subcontractors of Northrop Grumman will be held at a high standard of quality, efficiency, and results. The Chamber of Commerce is helping guide efforts to educate and activate the local potential in order to be successful at being awarded these projects.
Since 1954, Northrop Grumman has been the technical and systems integrator for the United States’ Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) development efforts.
Due to their foundation as a business, Northrop Grumman has experience in serving the U.S. government’s efforts to pull together various agencies and contractors to manage upgrades to the entire weapon system.
Stakeholders in the missile field, including Cheyenne, Albin, Burns, Pine Bluffs, Nebraska, Colorado,
and others across the country, are knowledgeable of the modernization and ways that our area needs to prepare.
The level of federal investment being applied to the Cheyenne area will result in an economic influx, commonly referred to as "The Jolt." Our local communities are currently working to provide adequate infrastructure to ensure the United States Air Force and Northrop Grumman can meet their deadlines.
The Procurement Technical Assistance Center assists Wyoming firms with identifying and securing federal, state, and local government contracting opportunities. They are here to help you navigate the government contracting learning curve and to make the whole process a little easier. P.T.A.C offers no-cost, one-on-one assistance, and periodic training workshops. There are offices in Casper and Cheyenne which serve businesses throughout the State of Wyoming.