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Bob Burton

Senior Manager, DEFTECH, NC MBC, North Carolina Defense Technology Transition Office
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Bob Burton joined the North Carolina Military Business Center (NCMBC) on February 1, 2020, as the Senior Manager, Technology Transition (Triangle Region). Bob will work as a member of the Defense Technology Transition (DEFTECH) o

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Technology
Feb 16, 2024

NC DEFTECH’s Tech Protect Initiative: A Key to National Security and Innovation

  Introduction:The North Carolina Defense Technology Transition (DEFTECH) Office and the North Carolina Military Business Center (NCMBC) are proud to introduce the “Tech Protect Initiative,” a revolutionary program designed to fortify cyber

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Sep 30, 2023

Unlocking the Power of Dual Use Innovation and Technology for National Defense

Innovation and technology are shaping the world we live in, providing solutions to a wide range of challenges across industries. One emerging concept gaining significant attention is dual use innovation and technology. Dual use innovation and technol

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