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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 1542
Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2016-05-05Learning in the Shadows: A Retrospective ViewDonna Kinnear-Seligman
2016-05-05Knowledge, Experience, and Training in Incentive Contracting for the Department of DefenseKevin Carman; Randall Gibson
2016-05-05Designing and Managing Successful International Joint Development ProgramsAndrew Hunter; Gregory Sanders; Samantha Cohen
2016-05-05Organization Analytics: Taking Cost-per Dollar Obligated (CPDO) Measures to the Next Level in Defense ContractingTim Reed; James Keller; John Fallon
2016-05-05Assessment of Navy Contract Management ProcessesRene Rendon
2016-05-05Controlling Costs: The 6-3-5 Method—Case Studies at NAVSEA and NATOBruce Nagy; Morgan Ames
2016-05-05Costing for the Future: Exploring Cost Estimation With Unmanned Autonomous SystemsRicardo Valerdi; Thomas Ryan
2016-05-05Costing Future Complex and Novel ProjectsMichael Pryce
2016-05-05Benchmarking Naval Shipbuilding with 3D Laser Scanning, Additive Manufacturing, and Collaborative Product Lifecycle ManagementThomas Housel; David Ford; Johnathan Mun; Sandra Hom
2016-05-05Materials Testing and Cost Modeling for Composite Parts Through Additive ManufacturingEric Holm; Vhance Valencia; Alfred Thal; Jason Freels; Adedeji Badiru
2016-05-05Cybersecurity Figure of MeritBrian Erickson
2016-05-05A Complex Systems Perspective of Risk Mitigation and Modeling in Development and Acquisition ProgramsJoseph Bradley; Polinpapilinho Katina; Charles Keating
2016-05-05Acquisition Program Teamwork and Performance Seen Anew: Exposing the Interplay of Architecture and Behaviors in Complex Defense ProgramsEric Rebentisch; Bryan Moser; John Dickmann
2016-05-05A Complex Systems Perspective of Risk Mitigation and Modeling in Development and Acquisition ProgramsRoshanak Nilchiani; Antonio Pugliese
2016-05-05Contract Design, Supply Chain Complexity, and Accountability in Federal ContractsAdam Eckerd; Amanda Girth
2016-05-05An Approach for Modeling Supplier ResilienceKash Barker; Jose Emmanuel Ramirez-Marquez; Seyedmohsen Hosseini
2016-05-05Antecedents And Consequences Of Supplier Performance Evaluation EfficacyTim Hawkins; Michael Gravier
2016-05-05Trends in the DoD Industrial BaseNancy Moore; Clifford Grammich; Judith Mele
2016-05-05Speed and Agility: How Defense Acquisition Can Enable InnovationPeter Modigliani
2016-05-05Defense Modernization Plans Through the 2020s: Addressing the Bow WaveTodd Harrison
Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 1542