Capability portfolio analysis tool (CPAT) verification and validation report
Dell, Robert F.
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This technical review of the Capability Portfolio Analysis Tool (CPAT) was conducted by the Naval Postgraduate School at the request of the Program Executive Office Ground Combat Systems. The CPAT is intended to support Department of the Army portfolio resourcing and capabilities decisions for the ground combat fleet. The tool is designed to identify the optimum courses of action (cost, schedule, and performance) for portfolio investment.
NPS Report NumberNPS-OR-13-001
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