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Since 2004, the Acquisition Research Program (ARP) at the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) hosts a symposium annually for the acquisition community to focus on the business of defese acquisition. This symposium provides a forum for the presentation of current scholarly defense-focused acquisition research, as well as for dialogue between scholars, acquisition policy-makers, NPS students, practitioners, industry, FFRDCs and URACs. Papers/presentations are given by expert researchers from NPS and US universities/think tanks on recently completed defense-focused research and by thought leaders from DoD, industry and URAC/FFRDCs. The annual acquisition research symposium also serves an essential part of the graduate student learning experience at NPS. Students attend and participate in panel sessions to be enriched and to provide their valuable insights. The symposium also provides students the opportunity to present their research project results and/or socialize their current research topics to symposium participants at the annual student research poster show.

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): 1 to 20 of 1945
Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2022-05-06Organizational Change Considerations for Implementation of Performance-Based Logistics ContractsJake Smithwick
2022-05-10Systems and Cost Effectiveness Modeling of Unmanned Systems Product Lines for AcquisitionRaymond Madachy, John Green
2022-05-06Plenary Panel on New Priorities, Familiar Challenges: Defense Trends in Budgets, Appropriations, & Contract ObligationsDavid J. Berteau
2022-05-06Inflation and the U.S. Defense BudgetTodd Harrison
2022-05-06Challenges of Adapting DoD’s Acquisition Portfolio to a New Defense StrategyDavid Arthur
2022-05-06PEO Ships PortfolioRDML Tom Anderson
2022-05-06Rethinking Integrated Program Management in Incremental AcquisitionsGordon Kranz
2022-05-02New Priorities, Familiar Challenges: Defense Trends in Budgets, Appropriations, and Contract ObligationsDavid Berteau, Stephanie Sanok Kostro; James Millar
2022-05-06Assessing Policy Changes on the Cost of Husbanding Services for Navy ShipsGeraldo Ferrer
2022-05-06The Price of Slavery: An Analysis of Human Trafficking Policy and Spending in Department of Defense ProcurementWillis C. Crouch, Austin L. Morris; Kevin P. Peaslee
2022-05-06Shock Assessment of Interchangeable Systems ModulesJarema M. Didoszak
2022-05-06New Effort and Schedule Estimation Models for Agile Processes in the U.S. DoDRaymond Madachy, Wilson Rosa; Bradford K. Clark
2022-05-06Can the Next Generation Overhead Persistent Infrared (Next Gen OPIR) Program Overcome an Aggressive Schedule Using the Middle Tier of Acquisition?Claire Buck
2022-05-09Perceptions on the Feasibility of Implementing Innovative Cost and Price Analysis Software Across NAVSEAZachary Cooper
2022-05-09F/A-18E/F and Additive ManufacturingBranden Albrecht; Raphael Erie; Jacob Skipper
2022-05-06Pathways to Defense Budget ReformEric Lofgren
2022-05-06Technical Data Package Independent AssessmentNicholas Haas, Virginia Wydler; Raymond Eresman, Kathleen Hyatt; Scott Patton, Beverly Stark-Kublin
2022-05-06Telling Time: Getting Relevant Data for Acquisition Schedule Estimating RelationshipsCharles Pickar, Raymond Franck
2022-05-06Making Federal Financial Data More Reliable With Emerging TechDavid I. Gill, Avram Ibrahim; Chaudry Umer, Sonia Jolly; Alicia M. Miller
Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 1945