Email your request to email@example.com.If you’re on a tight deadline (< 24 hours)—and really, no matter what your deadline—make sure you’ve checked the DARPA website, www.darpa.mil, and social media accounts, where there’s a ton of good information about DARPA and our programs. You are free to use DARPA images from our website in your stories (just make sure the image is not sourced to someone else, from whom you may need to get permission to reprint). We simply ask that you credit DARPA and follow the guidelines in our Usage Policy.
The best source of information about DARPA is the DARPA website, www.darpa.mil, and our Facebook and Twitter pages. Feel free to search them for ideas and the latest information about the Agency and its programs. If you have additional questions about specific programs, email your request to firstname.lastname@example.org and DARPA Public Affairs will be happy to help.
Email your request to email@example.com. DARPA program managers, technical office leadership and Agency leadership are the only official spokespeople for the Agency, its programs and personnel. The accelerated pace of DARPA research means that DARPA spokespeople are often busy or traveling and thus may be unavailable for live, in-person or phone interviews, particularly on short notice. Rapid responses may still be possible, however, especially if you email questions in advance.
DARPA Public Affairs is happy to fact-check stories for accuracy before publication. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll work with you to meet your deadline. We ask that given the busy schedules of DARPA program managers and Agency leadership, you provide at least 48-72 hours for review.
Email your request to email@example.com. We can add you to our press list, but the truth is we rarely blast news to media. More often we post updates and tweet those new links. So follow us on Twitter and when we do turn to our list we'll include you.
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DARPA cannot sign any such releases. By posting our usage agreement to our website, we provide permission to use our content according to the terms of that agreement. If your legal office insists on some type of paperwork, DARPA can generate a form laying out the government's terms that your organization can sign and return.
DARPA doesn’t own or operate its own research labs—rather, it oversees research that takes place at various facilities around the country. If you’re interested in a site visit regarding a specific program, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to coordinate your request with both DARPA Public Affairs and the researchers or institution where the work is being performed.
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