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  From the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology, and Logistics:
Improving Acquisition From Within ― Suggestions From Our PEOs
Frank Kendall


Robust, Replicable and Defensible Risk Management
― At Headquarters or the Front

Eugene A. Razzetti

Proper risk management permits decision making based on realistic scenario assumptions and defensible justification.
Supply Chain Risk Management
― An Introduction to the Credible Threat

Heath Ferry and Van Poindexter

Some of the same advanced communications technologies that make our lives easier also could leave us wide open to a cybersecurity breach.
Intellectual Innovation
― A Paradigm Shift in Workforce Development

Michael Cook

Technology and innovation drive the personnel challenge of organizations to recruit and retain employees who can respond to their missions and operational requirements.
Twenty Observations on Innovation
Jeff Windham

Innovation still is possible in the government, even if it is more difficult than in the private sector. Some observations are offered for leaders and innovators inside the Defense Acquisition System.
What’s Your Acquisition EQ?
Owen Gadeken

Seeking a better handle on the human element, the Defense Acquisition University (DAU) recently incorporated a new emotional intelligence tool to enhance the workforce “Emotional Quotient (EQ).”
Asking the Right Questions
― Action Learning and PMT 401

Bobbie DeLeon and Christopher Phillips

The DAU Program Manager’s Course is intensive, case-based and 10 weeks long and aims at improving leadership, critical thinking, problem solving and decision making. Here is how it works.
Turning Words Into Action
― Confronting Acquisition Challenges

Maj. Jamie J. Johnson, USAF, Ph.D.

Warfighters who operate fielded systems continue finding new uses never imagined by designers, and feedback on these findings can prove widely useful.

 
Improving Competition
― Reforming the Requirements Process

Oliver Easterday

Some lessons are learned the hard way by those who manage Department of Defense automated information systems and technology.

Crash Course for IT Newbies
― Some Have Automated Information Systems Thrust Upon Them

Oliver Easterday

Some lessons are learned the hard way by those who manage Department of Defense automated information systems and technology.

 
Asia Pivot: The U.S.-India Defense Initiative ― A New Standard for Improved Cooperation and Trade
Amit K. Maitra

Objectives and means need to be defined in pursuing the common interests of India and the United States in South Asia and the Indian Ocean.


 
 

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