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The 16-year Evolution of a Military-Civilian Partnership: The University of Alabama at Birmingham Experience : Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery , August 2023
et al., Holcomb, John, Rokayak, Omar A., Lammers, Daniel T. , Baird, Emily W., Jansen, Jan O., Cox, Daniel B. , Winkler, Jon P.
Feasibility Study for the Consolidation of Military Medical Education and Training Organizations, Functions, and Activities (Revised) : Institute for Defense Analyses , September 2019
et al., Goldberg, Matthew, John, Sarah K., Hildreth, Laura A., Lindly, Jamie M., Carrington-Fair, Dylan J.
December 30, 2014
Measuring Success in Health Care Value-Based Purchasing Programs: Findings from an Environmental Scan, Literature Review, and Expert Panel Discussions : RAND , December 30, 2014
Damberg, Cheryl L., Sorbero, Melony E., Lovejoy, Susan L., Martsolf, Grant R., Raaen, Laura, Mandel, Daniel
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Advancing the management, organization, performance improvement, and enterprise business operations of the Department of Defense by developing a network of expertise, conducting cutting-edge research, and developing a digital repository on defense management issues.
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Creator of an accessible library of DOD management history, best practices, and lessons learned. This capability requires systems and resources to identify and link to significant written products, including supporting data and other documentation, on defense management issues across the research community. Further, it requires developing products summarizing such research and applying it to enduring and emerging DOD challenges.
The ability to draw upon world-class experts from diverse sources across the public and private sectors–federally-funded research and development centers, think tanks, academia, and the private sector. An expanding network of experts can be leveraged as part of a DMI team or directly to address the Department’s most challenging issues.
The DMI maintains a network of experts and practitioners from federally-funded research and development centers, think tanks, academia, and the private sector.