Transition of Advanced Concept Technology Demonstrations (ACTD) initiatives from research to operational functional programs: a case study of the Joint Theater Logistics ACTD
Collins, Gerald C.
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This thesis examines the transition policies, procedures, and outcomes of the Joint Theater Logistics (JTL) ACTD. It evaluates the current Department of Defense ACTD transition guidelines against the JTL program through a series of literature reviews and individual interviews. It will also look at what if any correlations there are between the transition policy of the ACTD program and that of the Future Naval Capability Program of the Office of Naval Research. This thesis focused on if the participants in the JTL ACTD were able to effectively plan for and execute a transition strategy by following the current guidelines. Finally the thesis gives recommendations on how the transition policies and procedures could be better designed to support software ACTD programs.
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