American Competitiveness Institute
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|American Competitiveness Institute|
|Industry||Electronics manufacturing services|
|Founder||Alan J. Criswell|
|Headquarters||Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States|
The American Competitiveness Institute now known as ACI Technologies Inc. (ACI) is an American scientific research corporation founded by Alan J. Criswell in 1992. Located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, ACI operates a 10,000-square-foot (930 m2) facility dedicated to the advancement of the electronics industry and research and development of various electronic manufacturing methods and materials. Early in its existence, ACI acquired a defense contract from the Office of Naval Research known as the Electronics Manufacturing Productivity Facility (EMPF).
- DefenseLink: Contracts for Tuesday, October 31, 2000
- NASA – "The American Competitiveness Institute was assigned the task to perform Salt Atmosphere and. Humidity Exposure Tests."
- NASA - Lead-Free Solder Project: Final Report - Mechanical Shock Environmental Testing of Tin-Lead and Lead-Free Circuit Boards - "The American Competitiveness Institute (ACI) performed a series of Environmental Stress Tests for the Joint Council of Aging Aircraft / Joint Group of Pollution Prevention ( JCAA / JG-PP) Lead Free Soldering Program."
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