Defense ARJ Archives

Archives to articles or issues previous to April 2011 can be found below. They can also be found here.

January 2011

Complete Issue ARJ 57| January 2011

Remarks from the Chairman and Executive Editor by Dr. Larrie D. Ferreiro

International Science and Technology for the Army: Misplaced Focus? by Michael G. Padgett, USA (Ret.)

Priming the Innovation Pump: America Needs More Scientists, Engineers, and Basic Research by Col Jason James Denney, USAF

A Statistical Approach to the Development of Progress Plans Utilizing Bayesian Methods and Expert Judgment by Tiffany L. Lewis, Thomas Mazzuchi, and Shahram Sarkani

Analysis of Generation Y Workforce Motivation Using Multiattribute Utility Theory by Ian N. Barford and Patrick T. Hester

Application of Real Options Theory to DoD Software Acquisitions by Capt Albert Olagbemiro, USAFR, Jonathan Mun, and Man-Tak Shing

October 2010

Complete Issue ARJ 56| October 2010

Remarks from the Chairman and Executive Editor by Dr. Larrie D. Ferreiro

Improving the Initiation of Acquisition Activities for Automated Information Systems by Chiang H. Ren, Col. Stephen Busch, USAF (Ret.), and Matthew Prebble

A Framework for System of Systems Evaluation Within an Airborne Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Environment by Rick S. Thomas, N. Clark Capshaw, and Paul M. Franken

Performance-Based Life Cycle Product Support Strategies: Enablers for More Effective Government Participation by Steve Geary, Scott Koster, Wesley S. Randall, and Jeffrey J. Haynie

A New Process for the Acceleration Test and Evaluation of Aeromedical Equipment for U.S. Air Force Safe-to-Fly Certification by Ismail Cicek and Capt Gary S. Beisner, USAF

The P-51 Mustang: A Case Study in Defense Acquisition by Alan Haggerty and Roy Wood

July 2010

Complete Issue ARJ 55 | July 2010

Remarks from the Chairman and Executive Editor by Dr. Larrie D. Ferreiro

U.S. Government Use of Commercial Card Technology: A Case for Change in Military Card Distribution Policy by Richard J. Palmer, Mahendra Gupta, and Rodney Dawson

Nonstationary Root Causes of Cobb’s Paradox by Lt Col Joseph W. Carl, USAF (Ret.) and Col George Richard Freeman, USAFR (Ret.)

Embracing Uncertainty in DoD Acquisition by ISG David E. Frick, USA (Ret.)

Adaption of Porter’s Five Forces Model to Risk Management by John F. Rice

Cost Growth: Perception and Reality by Col Mark F. Cancian, USMCR (Ret.)

April 2010

Complete Issue ARJ 54 | April 2010

Remarks from ARJ Executive Editor by Dr. Paul Alfieri

Acquisition Leadership: An Opportunity Lost for Acquisition Excellence by Michael J. Kotzian

The Product Support Manager: Achieving Success in Executing Life Cycle Management Responsibilities by Bill Kobren

How Well are PMs Doing? Industry View of Defense Program Manager Counterparts by Roy L. Wood

Improving Defesne Acquisition Decision Making by Col William R. Fast, USA (Ret.)

It’s Time to Take the Chill Out of Cost Containment and Re-Energize a Key Acquisition Practice by Col Robert L. Tremaine, USAF (Ret.) and Donna J. Seligman

A New Alpha-Omega Map for Acquisition Test and Evaluation by George Axiotis

The F119 Engine: A Success Story of Human Systems Integration in Acquisition by 2nd LT Kevin K. Liu, USMC, Ricardo Valerdi, Donna H. Rhodes, Col Larry Kimm, USAF, and Lt Col Alvis Headen,USAF

January 2010

Complete Issue ARJ 53 | January 2010

Remarks from ARJ Executive Editor by Dr. Paul Alfieri

Command Post of the Future: Successful Transition of a Science and Technology Initiative to a Program of Record by BG Harry Greene, USA, Larry Stotts, Ryan Paterson, and Janet Greenberg

EAD Systems Integrators: A Post-Acquisition Reform Retrospective by Kathlyn Hopkins Loudin

Achieving Outcomes-Based Life Cycle Management by Lou Kratz and Bradd A. Buckingham

Pre-Milestone A Cost Analysis: Progress, Challenges, and Change by Martha A. “Marti” Roper

The Demise of the Federal Government Small Business Program by Philip G. Bail Jr.

Building On a Legacy: Renewed Focus on Systems Engineering in Defense Acquisition by Mary C. Redshaw

Open Systems: Designing and Developing Our Operational Interoperability by MAJ James Ash, USA (Ret.)and LTC Willie J. McFadden II, USA (Ret.)

A Time Study of Scientists & Engineers (S&Es) in the Air Vehicles Directorate by JoAnn McCabe and Col John Wissler, USAF

The REAL Challenge of ‘2.0’ by Mark Oehlert

October 2009

Complete Issue ARJ 52 | October 2010

Remarks from Defense ARJ Executive Editor by Dr. Paul Alfieri

From Amorphous to Defined: Blanacing Risks in Evolutionary Acquisiiton by COL John T. Dillard, USA (Ret.) and David N. Ford

What Performance Based Logistics is and What it is Not—And What it Can and Cannot Do by Bill Kobren

Joint Acquisition Command Doctrine — A Success Story by Al Borzoo, Constance S. Short, Ken Brockway, and Col Stan L. VanderWerf, USAF

Application of Systems Engineering to Rapid Prototyping for Close Air Support by John M. Colombi and Richard G. Cobb

Can Applying Organic and Industry Best Practives Improve Foreign Military Sales Supportability?  by Brian B. Yoo, Duane W. Mallicoat, and Timothy “Tim” K. Simpson

A Multi-Criteria Decision Model for Migrating Legacy System Architectures into Open System and System-of-Systems Architectures by Cyrus Azani

Games for Good — How DAU Is Using Games to Engance Learning by Alicia Sanchez

July 2009

Complete Issue ARJ 51 | July 2009

Remarks from Defense ARJ Executive Editor by Dr. Paul Alfieri

The Future Use of Corporate Warriors with the U.S. Armed Forces: Legal, Policy, and Practical Considerations and Concerns by COL David “Dave” A. Wallace, USA

Modeling the Performance and Risks of Evolutionary Acquisition by David N. Ford and COL John Dillard, USA (Ret.)

Transferring Conventional Munitions Industrial Base Capabilities to the Public Sector by COL John G. Ferrari, USA

Program Manager as Chief Executive Officer (CEO): Leading with Accountability and Empowerment by Roy L. Wood

Financial Accountability at the DoD: Reviewing the Bidding by Christopher H. Hanks

Determination of an Achievable Materiel Availability for the Joint Air-to-Ground Missile by James C. Byrd and Michael “Mike” J. Osborne

Twenty Minutes From Now by Mark Oehlert

Show Me the Money by Bill Fournier

April 2009

Complete Issue ARJ 50 | April 2009

Remarks from Defense ARJ Executive Editor by Dr. Paul Alfieri

What Ever Happened to Certification? by COL William R. Fast, USA (Ret.)

Keeping the Talent: Understanding the Needs of Engineers and Scientists in the Defense Acquisition Workforce by Alan K. Jenkins

Leadership and Cultural Change: The Challenge to Acquisition Workforce Retention by Mike Kotzian

The Benefits and Limitations of Telecommuting by Jerome H. Collins and Joseph “Joe” Moschler

Acquisition Workforce Challenge—Motivation for Government Vs. Industry Employment by John Dobriansky

Shaping the Life Cycle Logistics Workforce to Achieve Desired Sustainment Outcomes by Bill Kobren

A New Acquisition Brew: Systems Engineering and Lean Six Sigma Make a Great Mix by Robert L. Tremaine

December 2008

Complete Issue ARJ 49 | December 2008

Remarks from Defense ARJ Executive Editor by Dr. Paul Alfieri

Incentive Contracts: The Attributes That Matter Most in Driving Favorable Outcomesby Robert L. Tremaine

Maximizing Warfighter Capability Using Surveyed Necessity Measurement: Application to the USAF F-15C Fleet by John M. Colombi, David R. Jacques, and Dennis D. Strouble

Training Architecture Practices in Army Acquisition: An Approach to Training Software Architecture Practices in U.S. Army Acquisition by Stephen Blanchette and John Bergey

The Application of Supply Network Optimization and Location Analysis to a DoD Repair Supply Chain by William R. Killingsworth, David Berkowitz, John E. Burnett, and James T. Simpson

Reforming How Navy Shipbuilding Contracts Adjust for Material-Cost Risk by Edward G. Keating, Robert Murphy, John F. Schank, and John Birkler

Do Team Goals Affect Team Focus and Performance? Research Study of DAU’s Program Management Office Course (PMT 352B) by Thomas Robert Edison

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