An analysis of the Naval Innovation Laboratory's virtual work environment-based management information system for application in joint service explosive ordnance disposal notional concepts management
Keene, Stephen G.
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The Joint Service Explosive Ordnance Disposal (JSEOD) community uses the Notional Concepts process to assess the potential for existing or emerging technologies to satisfy EOD mission needs. Notional Concepts are user-defined requirements whose ultimate aim is to produce an EOD tool or equipment item. The Notional Concepts process was created to facilitate development of new requirements, information flow, management decisions, and transition of funding from investigative research to sustained programs of record. Currently, there is no single site for the JSEOD community to receive, process, and manage Notional Concepts. The Naval Innovation Laboratory (NaIL) has a virtual work environment-based management information system for managing the U.S. Marine Corp's Urgent Universal Need Statements (UUNS,) a program similar to the JSEOD's Notional Concept program. The purpose of this report is to analyze the NaIL's Management Information System to determine if there are aspects of it that the JSEOD community could use to better manage the life cycle of their Notional Concepts.
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