GIDEP (Government-Industry Data Exchange Program) is a cooperative activity between government and industry participants seeking to reduce or eliminate expenditures of resources by sharing technical information essential during research, design, development, production and operational phases of the life cycle of systems, facilities and equipment.
Since GIDEP's inception, participants have reported over $2.1 BILLION in prevention of unplanned expenditures. That means without GIDEP, participants could have potentially realized additional expenses of over $2.1 billion. Read just some of the success stories!
Proper utilization of GIDEP data can materially improve the total quality and reliability of systems and components during the acquisition and logistics phases of the life cycle and reduce costs in the development and manufacture of complex systems and equipment.
Any organization that meets one of the following criteria may become a GIDEP member:
To remain an active participant, a Utilization Report must be submitted (minimum annually) by each GIDEP Representative from each participating organization.