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Established in 2003, the Acquisition Research Program (ARP) at the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) is 100% sponsor funded by orginaizations within the Department of Defense (DoD) and the Department of the Navy (DON). The ARP was strategically created and nurtured to grow organically as a free and open forum that invites innovation and debate on current defense acquisition topics that can provide intellectual rigor and operational impacts to support the warfighter. Through the combined efforts of NPS faculty and experts from US universities, think tanks, industry, and government; ARP generates a stream of relevant information on defense acquisition policies and management processes, with viable recommendations for improvement.

Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited. Prepared for the Acquisition Research Program at the Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, CA 93943

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Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 21 to 40 of 428
Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2008-03-01SHARE Repository Component Specification: Needs AssessmentJean Johnson
2004-07-01The Impact of Software Support on System Total Ownership CostBrad R. Naegle
2008-02-01Innovations in Defense Acquisition Auctions: Lessons Learned and Alternative Mechanism DesignsPeter Coughlan; William Gates; Jennifer Lamping
2008-01-01Learning Management Systems: Practical Considerations for the Selection and Implementation of an E-learning Platform for the NavyMagdi Kamel
2008-01-01Surface Warfare Officer Retention: Analysis of Individual Ready Reserve Survey DataCarol Stoker; Alice Crawford
2008-01-01Echoes across the Pond: Understanding EU-US Defense Industrial RelationshipsChip Franck; Ira Lewis; Bernard Udis
2007-11-01Managing the Service Supply Chain in the Department of Defense: Implications for the Program Management InfrastructureUday Apte; Rene Rendon
2007-12-01Gap Analysis: Rethinking the Conceptual FoundationsGary Langford; Raymond (Chip) Franck; Tom Huynh; Ira Lewis
2007-11-01Budgeting and Acquisition Business Process ReformLawrence Jones; Jerry McCaffery
2007-10-01Open Architecture, Inventory Pooling and Spare Maintenance AssetsGeraldo Ferrer
2007-10-01Software Architecture: Managing Design for Achieving Warfighter CapabilityBrad Naegle; Dianna Petross
2007-10-01The Potential Impact of Collaborative and Three-dimensional Imaging Technology on SHIPMAIN Fleet Modernization PlanNathan Seaman; Thomas Housel; Jonathan Mun
2007-10-01AEGIS Platforms: The Potential Impact of Open Architecture in Sustaining EngineeringJameson Adler; Jennifer Ahart; Thomas Housel; Jonathan Mun
2004-06-01The Army Seeks a World Class Logistics Modernization ProgramWilliam Lucyshyn; Keith F. Snider; Robert Maly
2007-09-01Budget Scoring: An Impediment to Alternative FinancingDonald Summers; Joseph San Miguel
2007-09-01Contracting Out Government Procurement Functions: An AnalysisDavid Lamm; Cory Yoder
2007-09-01Early Lessons Learned from the Army’s Future Combat Systems Program (FCS): Developing an Appropriate Contractual Arrangement with Industry, Establishing an Enabling Program Management Structure and Test OrganizationJoseph Yakovac
2007-09-01Field Validation of Collaborative CapacityGail Fann Thomas; Erik Jansen; Susan Page Hocevar; Rene Rendon
2007-09-01An Empirical Analysis of the Patterns in Defense Industry Consolidation and their Subsequent ImpactNayantara Hensel
2007-09-01The Stigma of Failure in OrganizationsGeraldo Ferrer; Nicholas Dew
Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 21 to 40 of 428