Applying a System-of-Systems Engineering Perspective to Current and Future Army Acquisitions
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The Army acquires systems to be part of larger system-of-systems (SoS) in which units are networked together to provide additional capabilities and greater flexibility in a dynamic environment. Even though the Army has acquired SoSs, the processes and organizations in the acquisition system are designed around a single system approach. This research explored an SoS engineering approach to all current and future Army acquisitions.
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