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Defense Acquisition Magazine January-February 2023

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Defense Acquisition Magazine January-February 2023

DEFENSE ACQUISITION MAGAZINE

 

January - February 2023

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.

ISSN 2637-5060

View as PDF  9 Articles in This Magazine

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Progress Report: Securing Defense - Critical Supply Chains

Deborah G. Rosenblum, Assistant Secretary of Defense for Nuclear, Chemical, and Biological Defense Programs and Performing the Duties of Assistant Secretary of Defense for Industrial Base Policy

A one-year report on the anniversary of “Securing America’s Defense-Critical Supply Chains: An action plan developed in response to President Biden’s Executive Order 14017.”

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The Race to Resilience — Your Role in Securing Defense Supply Chains in a New Era of Great Power Competition

LTC Steven V. Karl, USA (Ret)

Greater supply chain vigilance and resilience are needed now to secure critical materials and products for the U.S. military.

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NAVSUP Weapon Systems Support — Relationships Build Readiness

Beth Ann Moody

Strategic Supplier Management deepens partnerships with suppliers to positively impact Naval readiness.

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Supply Chain Risks and Solutions in the Adaptive Acquisition Framework

Brent L. Bolner

Defense supply chain risks are highly complex and increasing in number. The Readiness Engineering Analysis framework can help with state-of-the-practice tools and techniques.

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Rising to the Challenge of the National Defense Strategy

Glenn Lamartin

The National Defense Strategy is a call to action for the defense acquisition community. Here is what you can do to help.

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Zero Trust Services

David L. Voelker

Zero Trust transforms static security controls into a finely tuned cyber defense that continuously and autonomously counters cyber threats.

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Better Warfighter Outcomes Through Long-Term DHA-DAU Partnership

Matthew Sablan

DAU supports the increased acquisition focus of the Defense Health Agency (DHA) through the new DHA Acquisition Leadership Academy.

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What’s on Your Game Film?

Brian Schultz

Acquisition teams can learn valuable lessons from a review of their game performance.

Online Exclusives:

Conferences and Meetings

Current conferences and meetings of interest to Defense Acquisition readers. Links provided to registration and additional information.


Acquisition Excellence

The latest awards and recognition received for work well done.


What's New at DAU

Deployment of new credentials, available workshops, webinars, and other new learning opportunities.


Research, Technology, and Innovation

Learn about recent innovation, initiatives, and achievements.


Leadership & Policy

New policy initiatives and recently appointed or nominated DoD policy leaders.


Career Development Opportunities

Information on DoD and Service-related programs that can benefit careers in the Defense Acquisition workforce.


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Defense Acquisition Magazine

January - February 2023

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