The proposed fault management (FM) architecture will improve the robustness and survivability of multi-spacecraft missions. The numerous nano-satellite demonstrations within NASA are potential targets for this technology. Although the launch dates of funded demonstrations are too early for our timeline, there will be further interest in nano-satellites. The Cyclone Global Navigation Satellite System (CYGNSS) is a cooperative spacecraft mission that launches after Phase II. Other applications include spacecraft that assemble large space structures, such as a manned mission where an Orion MPCV docks with another Orion MPCV. These low Earth orbit demonstrations are critical to expanding human space flight. The fault management (FM) architecture development augments the Cluster Flight Application (CFA) that Emergent is developing under DARPA's System F6 project. The CFA is focused on guidance, navigation and control software to support cluster flight. The CFA and this fault management architecture have significant potential for reuse on clustered spacecraft missions in the future. DARPA is currently looking for options to demonstrate technologies developed under the System F6 program. Any such demonstration of CFA could also host FFMACF. In a few years commercial manned spacecraft will dock with the ISS or other commercial space stations. Commercial systems are sensitive to size, weight, power, and cost. Rendezvous-capable vehicles at any scale will benefit from FM enhancements. The applications for our FFMDS are not limited to space. Non-space applications include groups of UAVs, groups of marine vessels, and autonomous transportation vehicles. All missions involving automation of multiple vehicles are potential commercialization targets.