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Army AL&T №3 2016
[ ] 04.07.2016, 11:34

Army AL&T

Army AL&T №3 2016

Год / месяц: 2016/7-9
Номер: 3
Страниц: 184
Язык: Английский
Формат: PDF - 19 MB

AL&T - Army Acquisition, Logistics and Technology

FROM THE AAE
6 HIGH STAKES, HIGH REWARD
Strong partnerships with industry are more important than ever as R&D funding declines and need for innovation grows
ACQUISITION
10 FACES OF THE FORCE: MS. KATHERINE B. PARKER
Stepping up in times of crisis
12 NETWORK MARKET PLACE: OPEN FOR BUSINESS AND GROWING
PEO C3T takes a competitive approach  to its network marketplace
20 GROUND TRUTH
Fostering collaboration with industry throughout the acquisition life cycle
26 OPENING INTERNATIONAL MARKETS
With a letter of intent and an R&D agreement, Army can unlock overseas sales potential
31 THE EXPORT FACTOR
If it’s good for the export market, it’s good for the Army
36 MAKING ACQUISITION RAPID : A PRACTITIONER’S VIEW
Combating the acquisition mammoth
41 CALIBRATING COLLABORATION WITH INDUSTRY
How the small-, medium- and large-caliber ammunition communities tend to their
industrial bases
FEATURES LOGISTICS
46 FACES OF THE FORCE: MR. VICTOR HERNANDEZ
Need for speed
48 INTEGRATING ARMY MEDICINE
Meeting Soldiers’ medical materiel needs with available resources is a balancing act for USAMMASCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
54 FACES OF THE FORCE: MR. DAVID A. RANDALL
‘Greening’ researchers yields better equipment
56 MAKING INNOVATION HAPPEN
DOD and Army seek to drive innovation to restore U.S. military dominance
74 ON THE + SIDE
ARL scientists’ secret ingredient to stabilize lithium-ion batteries? Water
78 A MILLION MORE OPTIONS FOR YOUR NEXT PURCHASE
Using high-powered computing to improve requirements development for aircraft, ships and ground vehicles
84 BREAKING BARRIERS TO COLLABORATION
Developing new sensor components using horizontal integration and trusted entities
90 IT’S ABOUT TIME — ALL OF IT
When GPS goes out, the chip-scale atomic clock could be coming to the rescue
CONTRACTING
94 FACES OF THE FORCE: MR. ANTHONY D. HICKS ALU work leverages active-duty service
96 REACHING WAY BACK
For a contingency contracting officer keeping a deployed unit mission-ready, no one is more important than the contracting attorney back home
BBP 3.0
102 FACES OF THE FORCE: MR. DANIEL COWELL
Contracting career takes flight
104 OPEN SOURCE BIG DATA
Developing the Army’s own GOTS open-source big data strategy
110 A BIG LIFT
Small and large businesses, academia and tech firms weigh in as DOD plans new vertical lift aircraft
116 INDUSTRY DAY OPENS DOORS
Step outside the world of big defense contractors and meet nontraditional players through technology consortiums
122 BOLSTERING THE BASE
Army and General Dynamics collaborate to sustain the 1950s-era Scranton Army Ammunition PlantCOMMENTARY
128 ADVOCATE FOR INNOVATION
An Army acquisition officer assigned to the resident course at CGSC found unexpected depth and breadth of knowledge
135 BEEN THERE, DONE THAT
For new PMs, it pays to take careful measure of a newly assigned program and the team before taking ownership
139 MODERNIZATION BY THE NUMBERS
Some suggestions for large-scale assessments to get better materiel to warfighters faster
145 MILITARY-INDUSTRY COLLABORATION FOR SOLDIER SUCCESS
Combined efforts yield deliberate investments in training, equipping and leader development
WORKFORCE
150 FACES OF THE FORCE: MS. SHARON SNOW
Leveraging the overlap
152 SHRINKING THE DIVIDE
Soldiers training with industry see how the ‘other side’ works so they can help Army acquisition work better
155 FORGING A PARTNERSHIP ON THE SHOP FLOOR
A public-private partnership saved the workforce from decreased demand and preserved capability in the Army’s
industrial base
160 ONE ‘PECULIAR’ FELLOWSHIP
After a Training with Industry assignment, today’s Force of the Future could be tomorrow’s Amazonians
167 RECOGNIZING THE BEST
Army AL&T magazine leads fourth annual writers workshop and ALTies awards ceremony
169 A PEEK BEHIND THE CURTAIN
An analysis of the FY17 project manager and product manager selection board
172 ON THE MOVETHEN & NOW
178 NEW SCIENCE CLUB
Then: ‘industry at arm’s length’ Now: an ‘open campus’ at U.S. Army Research Lab

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