About the Roundtable

The Analytic Technology Industry Roundtable brings together leaders of analysis and analytic technology companies to have open dialogue and achieve common goals. Roundtable members work together on industry priorities and general topics of interest and concern related to analysis and analytic technology. As topics of interest are identified by the Roundtable, working groups are formed to champion and advance agreed-upon Roundtable goals within that area of interest.

The Roundtable also engages the U.S. government on topics of concern to the analysis and analytic technology community. Higher quality communication between the U.S. government and our industry leads to better solutions and generates additional support for the Roundtable mission.

The Roundtable membership is a growing consortium of analysis and analytic technology industry partners, currently hosted by MITRE. Dr. Angela O'Hanlon is the Roundtable's Director and Chair.

As a private, not-for-profit corporation that operates federally funded research and development centers, MITRE provides the Roundtable with a neutral environment, guidance, and structure.

The Roundtable is currently hosted by MITRE. Dr. Angela O'Hanlon is the Roundtable's Director and Chair.

To learn more about the Roundtable's specific studies, please refer to our Studies page.

For additional information about the Roundtable, two flyers are available:

The Celtic Knot represents interconnectedness and unity. As the symbol of the Roundtable, it embodies the power of partnerships and the model of interoperability.