SERDP, ESTCP, and the National Association of Ordnance Contractors (NAOC) hosted a workshop to promote transfer of emerging UXO detection and discrimination technologies to the user community. Case studies of technology applications in the field highlighted handheld, vehicular, and airborne system successes as well as data processing and software tool achievements. Nearly 150 attendees toured eight outdoor demonstration stations displaying man-portable, vehicular, and airborne platforms with various configurations of electromagnetic induction (EMI) and magnetic sensors, as well as navigation systems that support UXO detection and discrimination. Participants also toured the shallow water Standardized Test Site at APG and observed a demonstration of a promising marine UXO detection system. Indoors, attendees viewed demonstrations of software that discriminates UXO from non-UXO items and project management tools and heard technical presentations on innovative UXO detection sensors and remediation systems. The workshop culminated with a panel discussion by representatives from the Navy, Army, U.S. EPA, Colorado Department of Public Health and the Environment, SERDP/ESTCP, and NAOC.