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Soldiers assigned to 2nd Armored Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division, at Fort Riley, Kansas, move into nearby woods during a platoon combined arms live-fire exercise at Presidenski Range in Trzebian, Poland, March 26. The author, who was program manager of the search for a new camouflage pattern, explains that there are two ways to go wrong with test and evaluation: Cutting back on testing too aggressively, in pursuit of cost savings, puts the program at risk, while demanding more expensive field testing in the mistaken belief that it’s more accurate drives the budget up. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Dustin D. Biven, 22nd Mobile Public Affairs Detachment)

Short-cutting T&E can have big consequences

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Skimping on test and evaluation in defense acquisition is not a recipe for effective reform, it’s a recipe for disaster. by Robert F. Mortlock, Ph.D., Col., USA (Ret.) From 2009…

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WASHINGTON—The U.S. Army Acquisition Executive’s (AAE) Excellence in Leadership Awards were announced at a ceremony Jan. 18 at the Pentagon, with this year’s honorees representing excellence across such fields as missile defense,…

As NIE comes to an end, the JWA takes on new importance.

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Starting with an ending by Col. J. Ward Roberts On April 22, the Army kicked off a major joint operational exercise for future force development. Six separate three-star headquarters and…

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Soldiers assigned to 2nd Armored Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division, at Fort Riley, Kansas, move into nearby woods during a platoon combined arms live-fire exercise at Presidenski Range in Trzebian, Poland, March 26. The author, who was program manager of the search for a new camouflage pattern, explains that there are two ways to go wrong with test and evaluation: Cutting back on testing too aggressively, in pursuit of cost savings, puts the program at risk, while demanding more expensive field testing in the mistaken belief that it’s more accurate drives the budget up. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Dustin D. Biven, 22nd Mobile Public Affairs Detachment)

Short-cutting T&E can have big consequences

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Skimping on test and evaluation in defense acquisition is not a recipe for effective reform, it’s a recipe for disaster. by Robert F. Mortlock, Ph.D., Col., USA (Ret.) From 2009…

USAASC director details new advanced degree programs

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Mastering acquisition The DACM Office and the Naval Postgraduate School realign degree programs to boost technical education of civilians and officers. Earlier this year, I was in beautiful Monterey, California,…

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‘Burn-Off’ brings Army RCO, SOCOM together to test PNT systems

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RCO joins SOCOM in early assessments of new or emerging technology from defense industry, tech startups and academia. by Ms. Nancy Jones-Bonbrest On a rainy afternoon in March, technology developers…

Faces of the Force: How important relationships are to building a successful career

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COMMAND/ORGANIZATION: Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army for Acquisition, Logistics and Technology POSITION AND OFFICIAL TITLE: Department of the Army system coordinator YEARS OF SERVICE IN WORKFORCE: 13…