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USAMRDC determines best technology solutions through workshops

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USAMRDC’s technology landscape mapping workshops seek to find the right medicines and devices with input from an integrated stakeholder team. by Ramin A. Khalili If anybody knows how it all…

Redefining the network

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Software-defined networking could get Army’s data moving faster by John Shotwell and Amy Walker As part of its tactical network modernization strategy, the Army has begun development, integration and Soldier-driven…

DEVELOPER BEWARE

On contracting – How to convince the Army to get what you need

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Market research can be the basis for vigorous competition in Army acquisition. by Dennis P. Longo This is the first in a new series, On Contracting. The author developed the…

Laying the foundation

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To look back 50 years at Army aviation is, in some ways, to look ahead a decade. by Margaret C. Roth Back in 1969, in the thick of the Vietnam…

Fast turnaround

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Effective, innovative and agile medical product development fast-tracks MEDHUB device to warfighters. by Jay Wang Progress and change always go hand-in-hand. This is especially true for the latest changes affecting…

FROM THE DACM

Digging deeper

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FROM THE DIRECTOR OF ACQUISITION CAREER MANAGEMENT CRAIG A. SPISAK Supporting the future force by building a more technically savvy Army Acquisition Corps. You can only get out of a…

An exercise to experience

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  Acquisition professional education could be more like the rigorous, hands-on rotations at the Army’s combat training centers. Here’s how. by Dr. Charles K. Pickar Tiger Woods made a comeback…

Smaller, faster bites streamline acquisition

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A more agile acquisition strategy got users excited about a joint system to report and map chemical, biological and radiological attacks, and prompted one service to change its mind about…

ASA(ALT) at work: Program Executive Office for Soldier

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The third in a series, ASA(ALT) at Work, which looks into ASA(ALT) organizations, what they do and where they do it. PEO Soldier’s mission is to rapidly deliver agile, adaptive,…

Long Range

Long-Range Partnership

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U.S. Army, Marine Corps and Australia team up to improve range and accuracy of the M777A2 howitzer.

Modernization Through Unity Of Effort

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FROM THE ARMY ACQUISITION EXECUTIVE DR. BRUCE D. JETTE The future force modernization enterprise has a vision to streamline acquisition, and a way to get there. Getting the right equipment…

Army AL&T Fall issue

Fall issue of AL&T Magazine asks how to support future force

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Fort Belvoir, Va. (October 1, 2019)— Support of the future force involves countless people Soldiers are likely ever to meet: contracting specialists, researchers, procurement officers, lab techs, project managers, civilian…

Quick, collaborative medicine

Quick, collaborative medicine

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OTAs are charting a new path to make sure warfighters in the future fight get innovative care. by Ramin A. Khalili Just a few hours after a trio of late-night…

Cyber Quest

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Cyber Center of Excellence program aims to expand partnerships and close capability gaps through experimentation.

Every ounce

Every Ounce Matters

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Army, Marines, U.K. collaborate to develop lightweight ammunition to reduce Soldiers’ load.

Sometimes Software Doesn’t Fit

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Software acquisition doesn’t really fit with the Federal Acquisition Regulation. What is it—a product or a service? by Dante E. Milledge The world of software acquisition, which I work in,…

Faces of the Force: Staff Sgt. Charles Prihoda

Staying on top of the game

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  Staff Sgt. Charles Prihoda COMMAND/ORGANIZATION: 901st Contracting Battalion, U.S. Army Mission and Installation Contracting Command – Fort Hood TITLE: Contracting noncommissioned officer YEARS OF SERVICE IN WORKFORCE: 3 YEARS…

INTEGRATED PLATFORM

The Squad as an Integrated Platform

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Adaptive squad architecture will assist in identifying, defining and maintaining interfaces, which will enable the squad to be managed as an integrated platform.

MEET THE FORGE

Forging the Army’s Cyber Defense

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The Forge is an open door for industry to collaborate with the Army on cybersecurity operations, fostering innovation and speeding solution delivery. by Ellen Summey It’s a lesson most of…

Getting Started Now

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The Army needs to embrace advanced manufacturing at the beginning of new system development to surpass potential foes. by Dr. Alexis Lasselle Ross In the future, advanced manufacturing techniques like…

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