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Attend: Test and Evaluation personnel at all levels, including government and military members.
Topic: The test and evaluation (T&E) community is bringing modern digital engineering practices into its T&E efforts, including model-based engineering, enabling and encouraging T&E as a continuum. The community is also developing digital artifacts, such as model-based Test and Evaluation Master Plans (TEMPs) and Integrated Decision Support Keys (IDSKs), that draw directly from program data and can update automatically. Guidance, best practices, and digital resources are being updated to reflect these new tools, techniques, and processes. This webinar will highlight the progress, products, and resources being created to meet the needs of the T&E community in delivering relevant capabilities to the warfighter.
Dr. William Fisher has been supporting OUSD, DTE&A (Developmental Test, Evaluation and Assessments) for the past year advancing model-based engineering in support of T&E through prototypes, community building, and development of advertising or training material. Prior to joining MITRE, he was a system architect and lead systems engineer on large scale engineering and software development programs. His goal is to make tools and processes usable and intuitive rather than dictate usage. William has been solving hard problems for 20 years in superconductivity, materials processing, optics, algorithm development, cyber security, and more in defense and academia.