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Independent Assessment of EMS Enterprise Organizational Alternatives : Institute for Defense Analyses , March 2019
Graham, David, Canavan, Gregory H., Chambers, William A., Conley, Kathleen M., Dechant, Jason A., Hix, William, Johannes, Eliza M., Thayer, Bradley D., Woods, Kevin M., Caico, Stephanie M.
Restructuring the Department of Defense Acquisition, Technology and Logistics Organization and Chief Management Officer Organization: In Response to Section 901 of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2017 (Public Law 114-328). Report to Congress : Department of Defense , August 2017
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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 organization and alignment issues.
Deep expertise in DOD organization, management, and process. This capability comes from a long history of relevant research, ready access to experts with experience and subject matter knowledge on DOD systems and practices, and a proven ability to apply private sector lessons learned to the unique circumstances of the Department.
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.
TThe DMI maintains a network of experts and practitioners from federally-funded research and development centers, think tanks, academia, and the private sector.