Apply for TReX II Consortium membership online by following the link below.


You can find the TReX II Consortium Management Agreement and request a copy of the Base Agreement below.


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Member Benefits



Membership provides simplified & streamlined access to government funding and MS&T opportunities.



Partnering & teaming opportunities on groundbreaking MS&T research and prototype efforts.



Members have an active voice in the MS&T technology development strategy and execution process.



Step-by-step expertise and insights throughout each step of the government contracting process.



Frequent educational and networking events with government, industry and academia members.


Any company, university, or research organization with expertise in the technology areas specifically related to the TReX II mission.

An application with all necessary documentation and certificates can be processed in as little as 1-2 business days. However, it can take up to several weeks if an applicant needs to obtain a DD2345 or update any expired certificates (, DD2345, Unique Entity Identifier, CAGE). If you have questions regarding these documents, please contact the TReX II at

It is best to apply early to allow enough time for the application processes. Postponing membership until a Solicitation is active may result in unforeseen delays and the inability to submit a proposal. TReX II keeps membership dues to an amount that should not prohibit an organization from joining whenever they are ready.

Membership to TReX II is limited to US companies or US-based affiliates of foreign companies. Foreign companies cannot gain membership due to the Consortium’s requirement that members obtain a DD2345 (military critical technical data agreement).

  • Signed copy of the Consortium Membership Agreement
  • DSS-approved mitigation plan OR signed Export Compliance Acknowledgment Form for those operating under FOCI.
  • A Unique Entity Identifier
  • An active account
  • An active DD2345

See below for questions regarding required documentation:

How do I get a Unique Entity Identifier?

Please click the below image to learn how to obtain your UEI.

How do I get a SAM.Gov account?

First, you will need to create an Individual Account if you do not have one. Once you have an account you can register your Entity. Please visit and create your user account and then you can register your organization.

How do I get a DD2345?

Click on the video image below to view ATI’s training on How to Obtain a DD Form 2345 Certification:

In order to obtain a certification, contractors must submit a DD2345 Form to the United States (U.S.)/Canada Joint Certification Office, along with supporting company documentation. Please visit the DLA website ( for more information regarding the DD2345 process, including the form itself as well as instructions and FAQs. According to the JCP’s website, the processing time for DD2345 Form applications fluctuates depending on the delivery method to their office and the volume of applications received. If there are problems with the application, e.g. incomplete or incorrect information, delays will occur. The website includes tips for avoiding these mistakes. Recent experience indicates a range of a few days to a few weeks. Complete DD2345 Form Instructions can be found here: DD2345 Form Instructions (October 2022)

A consortium is an association of individuals, companies, organizations or governments (or any combination of these entities) with the objective of participating in a common activity or pooling their resources for achieving a common goal.

This is the Agreement that governs the rights and obligations of the TReX II Consortium Member Organizations as they relate to the organization and operation of the TReX II Consortium.

The annual membership dues are $500.

A non-traditional defense contractor means an entity that is not currently performing and has not performed, for at least the one-year period prior to the date of this application, any contract or subcontract for the Department of Defense that is subject to full coverage under the cost accounting standards prescribed pursuant to section 1502 of title 41 and the regulations implementing such section.

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“Other Transactions Agreement (OTA)” is the term commonly used to refer to the 10 USC 4022 authority to enter into transactions other than contracts, grants or cooperative agreements. The Department of Defense (DoD) currently has temporary authority to award relevant to weapons or weapons systems proposed to be acquired or developed by the DoD. OTA’s for prototype initiatives are acquisition instruments that generally, are not subject to the federal laws and regulations governing procurement (FAR-based) contracts. As such, they are not required to comply with the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR), its supplements (i.e. DFARS) or laws that are limited in applicability to procurement contracts.

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