The Technical Cooperation Program (TTCP)
The Technical Cooperation Program (TTCP) is a Joint effort for collaboration on defense research and development activities
among Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and the United States. TTCP was established in 1957 with a Memorandum
of Understanding among participating nations to share information and collaborate on defense programs that are common to member
nations. The network is formed from the people, programs and infrastructure embodied within the defense research laboratories
of each member nation and, as such, TTCP represents a significant S&T enterprise.
The DoD Modeling and Simulation Coordination Office (DMSCO) represents the DoD in TTCP activities related to Modeling and Simulation.