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Defense at & L Magazine : July-August 2009: July-August 2009

By Greig, Judith M.

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Book Id: WPLBN0002112746
Format Type: PDF Magazine :
File Size: 20.5 MB
Reproduction Date: 2009

Title: Defense at & L Magazine : July-August 2009: July-August 2009  
Author: Greig, Judith M.
Volume: July-August 2009
Language: English
Subject: Military, Defense Acquisition, National defense.
Collections: Periodicals: Journal and Magazine Collection (Contemporary), Defense AT & L Magazine Collection
Historic
Publication Date:
2009
Publisher: Defense at and L Magazine

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Greig, J. M. (2009). Defense at & L Magazine : July-August 2009. Retrieved from http://www.worldjournal.org/


Description
Description: A publication of the Defense Acquisition University.

Summary
Summary: Published bimonthly.

Table of Contents
Table of Contents: Asiello, David J. ; Controlling Acquisition Risk via Scanning for Emerging Contaminats-- Blair, Anita K. ; Defense Acquisition Human Capital Challenges and Opportunities-- Cunniff, Shannon E. ; Controlling Acquisition Risk via Scanning for Emerging Contaminats-- Dunford, Russell ; Program Management versus Continqency Contracting-- Gadeken, Owen ; Bridging the PM Performance Gap-- Hoffman, Donald J. ; Maintaining the Edge-- Jaynes, CJ ; A Smooth Launch Lays the Foundation for Precision Landings-- Kotzian, Mike ; A Smooth Launch Lays the Foundation for Precision Landings-- Krieger, John ; Breaking the Camel's Back-- Kwon, Mun H. ; The Relentless Pursuit of Program Management and Acquisition Excellence-- Morley, Frank ""Spanky"" ; Jointness in the Acquisition World-- Paparone, Christopher R. ; From Not-So-Great to Worse-- Turk, Wayne ; Two Sides of Reinventing the Wheel-- Ward, Dan ; Acquisition as Deterrent-- Wood, Roy L. ; Breaking the Camel's Back

 
 


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