On systems engineering processes in system-of-systems acquisition
Heng, Jiin Shyang.
Huynh, Thomas V.
Osmundson, John S.
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S results show that a low-risk SoS acquisition could continue with the current SE process as the benefits derived from an extensive front-end SE process are limited. Conversely, a high-risk SoS acquisition should adopt the SoS SE process proposed herein to enhance the SoS acquisition program's chance of success. It is highrisk SoS acquisitions such as the US Army's Future Combat System, the US Coast Guard's Deep Water System, the Joint Tactical Radio System (JTRS), and Homeland Security's SBInet that would likely benefit from the proposed SoS SE process.
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