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Getting “Best Value” for the Warfighter and the Taxpayer
Frank Kendall

From the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology, and Logistics

International Defense Sales Roadmap—An Industry Perspective
Lawrence E. Casper

Presenting a United States system or the best solution is not always sufficient reason for a foreign government to issue a defense contract. There are many explicit and implicit factors at work.

ACQUISITION DISCUSSION Lowest Price Technically Acceptable - Overrated, Overused?
Will Goodman

Overuse of this source-selection method harms products and services on which our warfighters rely.

ACQUISITION DISCUSSION Lowest Price Technically Acceptable Why All the Debate?
Scott R. Calisti

Given effective competition and the proper contract type, Lowest Price Technically Acceptable can drive down costs and simplify and streamline the selection process.

Communities of Interest—Collaborating on Technology Challenges
Alan Shaffer

We can no longer take for granted the technological superiority of the United States and its allies, and this fact requires a new approach to research and engineering.

Cyber Integrator—A Concept Whose Time Has Come
Rob Goldsmith and Steve Mills

Establishment of a “Cyber Integrator” is an emerging strategy to promote cybersecurity in Department of Defense acquisition programs.

Cellular Satellites—Joint Communications With Integrated Acquisition
Maj. Gen. Daniel P. Hughes and Rear Adm. Christian “Boris” Becker

Military field communications are on the verge of change: The Mobile User Objective System will support worldwide, multi-Service users in the Ultra-High Frequency band.

War Games—Do You Know Where Your Weapons Are?
Rosemary Johnston

Using sensor technology to track assets will help American troops deployed in conflict zones deal with disruption of their supply chains.

Millennials at Work—The Advice of Great Leaders
Carol Axten

As people born between 1980 and 2000 increasingly enter the acquisition workforce, managers need new approaches to deal constructively with them.

Dynamic Testing—Toward a Multiple Exciter Test
Michael T. Hale and William A. Barber

A thorough environmental test sequence that is representative of items’ anticipated life cycles is critical to supplying warfighters with the safest and most reliable systems.

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