Additively manufactured (AM) metallic components offer a pathway to shorter lead times, affordable low volume production and complex uniquely-customized products. Unfortunately for most metal AM components, material properties, surface finish and tolerances are not sufficient for use within assemblies. Post-processing (e.g., secondary operations after AM, such as machining, heat-treatment, HIP, grinding, micro-finishing and abrasive polishing) can be used to address many of these requirements. Since 2015, The Consortium for Advanced Hybrid Manufacturing - Integrating Technologies (CAM - IT), a NIST AMTech program has been developing a roadmap of technological challenges required to enable adoption of metal AM through seamless integration with conventional value chains. Specifically, the six detailed critical swim lanes identified from CAM-IT’s four road-mapping workshops are presented. We envision that this unique roadmap will provide a structured network of metal AM, hybrid experts and users who can formulate, support and address the needs and strategies for hybrid manufacturing.