Archive for October, 2012

DCGS Comes Under Fire

No shots have been fired at DCGS using real munitions, but the Test and Evaluation community is never the less putting DCGS under its cross hairs as I write this post. With the current anti-terror operations so dependent upon special operations magic, pin point drone strikes, and ISR-fueled battle space awareness, the idea that inter-service […]

LPTA Could Be The Undoing Of Defense

The procurement trend to Low Price Technically Acceptable procurement is bearing fruit – just not the fruit the DOD expected when it focused procurement strategy for services in that direction about a year ago. The trend to award tasks to contractors with a laser sharp focus on low price is resulting in services that are […]

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