Volume I: Acquisition Research: The Foundation for Innovation
Program, NPS Acquisition Research
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Accordingly, the year 2006 was especially significant for the NPS Acquisition Research Program in taking major strides toward expanding the program''s reach in important ways to other institutions.'' The number of research institutions participating as collaborators grew to 35 with the formation of a Virtual University Consortium.'' Most noteworthy was, as mentioned above, our securing sponsorship from USD(AT&L) to fund research proposals selected from a nationwide call, or Broad Agency Announcement (BAA) (copy available at www.acquisitionresearch.org).'' We''re truly excited at the prospects of receiving innovative and cutting edge proposals from the top minds around the country.'' We trust that this new sponsorship will act like good seeds sown in fertile soil, yielding rich fruits of profitable acquisition research for many years to come.
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NPS Report NumberNPS-AM-07-003
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