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Defense Acquisition Magazine March-April 2024


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March - April 2024

NO. 2, DAU 297              
ISSN 2637-5060

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Defense Acquisition Magazine

March -April 2024

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Defense Acquisition is a bimonthly magazine published by DAU Press for senior military personnel, civilians, defense contractors, and defense industry professionals in program management and acquisition, technology and logistics workforce.
Lisa P. Smith, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Product Support

Performance-based logistics strategies and solutions, with their associated arrangements, deliver outcome-based, effective, and affordable Warfighter support.

Col. Dick A. Larry, USA (Ret.)

The U.S. Army faces challenges in broadened human-machine integration in explosive ordnance disposal.

Dave Riel

DoD must rapidly accelerate acquisition and sustainment to win the Great Power Competition.

Maj. Harrison Green, USA

Abundant technology and academic centers coupled with the state’s development goals make North Carolina an attractive option for increased DoD investments and partnerships.

Jennifer Jones

Why, how, and when to avoid contracting for personal services.

Current conferences and meetings of interest to Defense Acquisition readers. Links provided to registration and additional information. Inclusion herein is for informational purposes only and does not in any way imply DAU or Department of Defense endorsement of any particular event or organization.

DAU news, deployment of new credentials, updated online training, available workshops, webinars, and other learning opportunities.

Acquisition-related news, press releases, announcements, and more on topics relevant to the acquisition professional.