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Wednesday, August 31 2022

AMG Engineering selected for the NIST Heroes of American Manufacturing series


The National Institute of Standards and Technology's Manufacturing Extension Partnership (NIST MEP) recently featured Purdue MEP client, AMG Engineering & Machining, in the Heroes of American Manufacturing series. Through nearly thirty years of experience, AMG has successfully served the aerospace, automotive, industrial, and medical industries. As a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business employing approximately 50 people, AMG is committed to helping customers achieve their objectives while maintaining the highest standards for quality, integrity, respect, and honesty in all situations and relationships.
One of the first projects Purdue MEP assisted AMG with was meeting the mandatory cybersecurity requirements to work with the Department of Defense. This enabled them to quickly get to a point where they met the NIST 800-171 requirements for cybersecurity.

The Heroes of American Manufacturing video series created by NIST celebrates small and medium-sized manufacturers succeeding in the US with the help of their local MEP Centers.

The series shines a spotlight on what's happening in plants across the country, the leaders and workers who are making things that improve our daily life, and the jobs and contributions these manufacturers provide their communities and the nation's economy. The video also features the relationship between the MEP Center and the client —helping to tell the story of what makes the MEP Program unique as a private-public partnership.

Watch this Heroes of American Manufacturing story. Or click here to view in YouTube.

Writer: Julie Warner, 765-496-1200,

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