So in case you know how to build one, good luck scheduling an interview. If you’re wondering why the agency has a hankering for atomic clocks all of a sudden, bloggers have speculated it’s for synchronizing GPS and internet protocols needed by the QuaSAR program.
If case this odd bit of news strikes you as a complete head scratcher, keep in mind what DARPA want are portable atomic clocks similar to the NIST in Colorado. Only their version should be lighter for ease-of-transport. And nope, don’t expect them to consider buying online an option.
So if you think you’re qualified or know a few genius friends in need of work we, uh, suggest you Google DARPA for contact information.