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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.

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Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 21 to 40 of 1542
Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2016-05-05The State of Defense Acquisition, 2015Andrew Hunter
2016-05-05Improving Security in Software Acquisition and Runtime Integration With Data Retention SpecificationsDaniel Smullen; Travis Breaux
2016-05-05An Optimization-Based Approach to Determine System Requirements under Multiple Domain-Specific UncertaintiesParithi Govindaraju; Navindran Davendralingam; William Crossley
2016-05-05Acquisition in a World of Joint Capabilities: Methods for Understanding Cross-Organizational Network PerformanceMary M. Brown; Zachary Mohr
2016-05-05Modeling Uncertainty and Its Implications in Complex Interdependent NetworksAnita Raja; Mohammad Rashedul Hasan; Robert Flowe; Brendan Fernes
2016-05-05An Assessment of Early Competitive Prototyping for Major Defense Acquisition ProgramsWilliam Fast
2016-05-05Blockmodeling and the Estimation of Evolutionary Architectural Growth in Major Defense Acquisition ProgramsMatthew Dabkowski; Ricardo Valerdi
2016-05-05The Sixth-Generation QuandaryRaymond Franck; Bernard Udis
2016-05-05Effective PBLs Through Simultaneous Optimization and Simulation of Maintenance, Manpower, and Spare PartsJustin Woulfe
2016-05-05Performance-Based Logistics: Examining the Successes and Challenges When Operating in Stressful EnvironmentsWilliam Lucyshyn
2016-05-05Identifying and Mitigating the Impact of the Budget Control Act on High Risk Sectors and Tiers of the Defense Industrial Base: Assessment Approach to Industrial Base RisksLirio Aviles; Sally Sleeper
2016-05-05Future Contracting for AvailabilityLou Kratz
2016-05-05The Cybersecurity Challenge in AcquisitionSonia Kaestner; Craig Arndt; Robin Dillon-Merrill
2016-05-05Federal Research and Development Contract Trends and the Supporting Industrial Base, 2000-2014Jesse Ellman
2016-05-05The Cybersecurity Challenge in AcquisitionSonia Kaestner; Craig Arndt; Robin Dillon-Merrill
2016-05-05Improving Security in Software Acquisition and Runtime Integration with Data Retention SpecificationsDaniel Smullen; Travis Breaux
2016-05-05Issues with Access to Acquisition Data and Information in the Department of Defense: Policy and PracticeMegan McKernan; Jessie Riposo
2016-05-05Issues With Access to Acquisition Data and Information in the Department of Defense: Doing Data Right in Weapon System AcquisitionNancy Moore; Megan McKernan
2016-05-05An Economic Analysis of the Truth in Negotiations Act (TINA)Chong Wang; Rene Rendon; Crystal Champion; Meredith Ellen; Jenny Walk
2016-05-05Freedom of Market Navigation Versus Duty of Economic Rescue: The U.S. Department of the Navy’s Use of Set-Asides Parity, Discretion, and Simplified Acquisitions to Contract With Hubzone Small BusinessesMax Kidalov
Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 21 to 40 of 1542