NPS Naval Research Program Charter
Winter, Mathias W.
Alford, Julian D.
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This charter establishes the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS), Naval (US Navy and US Marine Corps) Research Program (NRP) in order to promote NPS engagement in the research necessary to meet the needs of the students, faculty, and the DON. The term NRP is used herein to include the budgetary Program of Record (POR) that supports it, which is officially titled "NPS Faculty and Student Research, Studies, and Analysis program ." Reference (a) states, an active academic research program is vital to the quality of education provided to students, the attraction and retention of exceptional faculty members, and the provision of real-time, directly relevant deliverables to government sponsors . The NPS NRP is intended to provide a repeatable, objective, and transparent government process to leverage NPS Faculty and Students for proposed naval-relevant research at NPS. The NPS NRP is a process executed aboard NPS that is complementary to Broad Area Announcements sent out by ONR, the (N81) OPNAV Analytical Agenda, and Marine Corps Formal Studies System with a focus on establishing relationships and maintaining a collaborative generation of new knowledge through research at the school.
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