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Who Should Attend: Government, Military, and Industry at all levels who want to learn and apply the tenets and principles of Modular Open Systems Approach to promote change and collaboration within DoD programs and projects.
Speaker: Ms. Laura Hart
Description: Systems Engineering has become Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) in which models are used at all phases of development. To complete the digital thread from concept to disposal, models will be required for the acquisition phase.
This presentation will describe the activities of the Object Management Group (OMG) MBAcq User Group, which is a group with participation from OMG, INCOSE, Armed Services, OUSD, DoD CIO, NDIA, DAU, FFRDCs and many industry suppliers working together to create the standards and guidance to successfully deploy MBAcq to the larger community.
Please join us for an important discussion on how MBAcq impacts programs now and in the future. There will be a Q&A portion to the webinar.
Biography: Laura E. hart has over 30 years of industry experience covering a wide spectrum of responsibilities applying Model-Based Systems Engineering across the development lifecycle of complex software and hardware systems. Laura's current focus is leading the Model-based Acquisition (MBAcq) User Group for the standardization of Model-based acquisition across industry. Laura is co-chair of OMG Unified Architecture Framework (UAF) specification team, Adjunct professor Drexel University and NDIA System Engineering Division Vice-Chair.