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    Recent Images

    THE ARMY’S VANTAGE POINT

    THE ARMY’S VANTAGE POINT

    07.20.2020 | Courtesy Photo
    PEO EIS is in uncharted territory, constructing a 360-degree view of the Army’s data landscape.
    SUPPORTING THE SOLDIER, LITERALLY

    SUPPORTING THE SOLDIER, LITERALLY

    07.31.2020 | Courtesy Photo
    For dismounted Soldiers in the field, one of the most common injuries is from carrying nearly 100 pounds of gear for extended periods, often over...
    MILESTONE TO BRIDGE ACTION

    MILESTONE TO BRIDGE ACTION

    07.15.2020 | Courtesy Photo
    MILESTONE TO BRIDGE ACTION: This example of a milestone chart provides the original procurement schedule in the Events column, the estimated dates...
    The Notice I Never Knew

    The Notice I Never Knew

    07.08.2020 | Courtesy Photo
    LOOK HERE!: The FAR is a daunting document, and sometimes it takes a little extra help to decipher its nuances—let us guide you. The first thing...
    CONTROLLING THE DETAILS

    CONTROLLING THE DETAILS

    07.07.2020 | Photo by Ellen Summey
    LEARN AND GROW: Kirkpatrick encourages the Army Contracting Command – Afghanistan brigade staff and other junior acquisition officers to learn...

    Recent Videos

    Oakland Raiders Shout Out

    Oakland Raiders Shout Out

    08.16.2017 | Video by Tara Clements
    Sgt. 1st Class Gentle Marcellus Gladney, Sgt. 1st Class Diana McInnis and Sgt. 1st Class Michael Cariaga from the U.S. Army Acquisition Support...

    Recent News Stories

    Preserving Lives on the Battlefield

    07.31.2020 | Courtesy Story
    The U.S. Army Medical Research and Development Command (MRDC) has learned valuable lessons by studying the Second Battle of Fallujah, which took place in Iraq between November and December 2004. Military historians called it some of the heaviest urban combat that U.S. Marines and Soldiers had seen since the Battle of Hue City in Vietnam in 1968. From an operations and medical perspective, this battle provides the military with strategic...

    THE TRIFECTA OF CAREER SUCCESS

    07.20.2020 | Story by Ellen Summey
    Williams leads a team of engineers from several disciplines and is responsible for technical and programmatic interactions with the materiel development contractor. It’s a job that requires someone “who is able to respect the details and see the big picture,” Williams said. “You also need to be a good communicator. As lead systems engineer, I get a lot of input from the technical subject matter experts on my team. I need to be able to...

    EVERY MINUTE COUNTS

    07.20.2020 | Story by Stefanie Pidgeon
    A ground-launched hypersonic weapon with strategic reach. A Soldier-worn sensor for electronic warfare. A high-energy laser mounted on a Stryker.

    INNOVATION DAYS: CONCEPT, PROTOTYPE, DELIVER

    07.20.2020 | Courtesy Story
    Beyond using Soldier-centered design for its priorities of hypersonics and directed energy (see Every Minute Counts), the Army Rapid Capabilities and Critical Technologies Office (RCCTO) also hosts recurring innovation day events in various locations, to find new technology ideas and accelerate them into prototypes that could quickly reduce near- and mid-term operational risks.

    Recent Publications

    Army AL&T Magazine - 01.15.2020

    Army AL&T Magazine - 01.15.2020

    Do you understand Army acquisition? It’s not an easy subject to master. But at its essence, it’s all about requirements. “The requirement is...
    Army AL&T Magazine - 10.02.2019

    Army AL&T Magazine - 10.02.2019

    Fall issue of AL&T Magazine asks how to support future force Support of the future force involves countless people Soldiers are likely ever to...
    DACM Newsletter - 07.25.2019

    DACM Newsletter - 07.25.2019

    Spending time on your career is an investment that always pays off. Make an investment this week by reviewing the latest issue of the Army DACM...
    Army AL&T Magazine - 07.01.2019

    Army AL&T Magazine - 07.01.2019

    A modern army marches not on its stomach but on its data, Dr. Bruce D. Jette, the Army acquisition executive, writes in the new issue of Army AL&T...
    Army AL&T Magazine - 04.29.2019

    Army AL&T Magazine - 04.29.2019

    “Building the Acquisition Team”—creating the best possible workforce to supply our warfighters with the best possible capabilities—is the...
    Army AL&T Magazine - 01.04.2019

    Army AL&T Magazine - 01.04.2019

    Understanding how industry works—its motivations and its challenges—is key to Army acquisition professionals developing the skills and...
    DACM Newsletter - 10.25.2018

    DACM Newsletter - 10.25.2018

    The October issue features updates on Defense Acquisition University (DAU) curriculum changes and a Q&A from Shannon Potter on the importance of...