Analysis of the integrated defense acquisition, technology, and logistics life cycle management framework for human systems integration documentation
McLaughlin, Pamela F.
Shattuck, Lawrence G.
Miller, Nita Lewis
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L framework can potentially aid in redefining how the Navy should address HSI, by identifying areas where HSI policies and guidelines should exist, but currently do not (i.e., gaps), and then proposing ways to close those gaps and streamline the HSI process as a whole throughout the Navy. This thesis suggests a potential, strengthened framework for HSI in the Navy, based on the information and findings gathered from not only the current framework, but also current Navy policies. The outcome of this thesis is to improve the entire HSI process throughout the Navy and help ensure that HSI is used effectively throughout the acquisition process.
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