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    Maximize Your ROI on R&D Through Captured Learned Value

    Apr 21, 2016
    The crux of research and development (R&D) can be boiled down to one key idea: building on previous knowledge.
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    Why the Closeout Process is So Critical for Successful Defense Contracting

    Apr 19, 2016
    For the past 15 years, the world of defense agency contracting has benefited from a growth period that continues at a frenetic pace. More often in today’s defense contracting system, integration and cohesiveness between Federal and commercial entities makes efficiency and success dependent on the synergy between government and business.
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    Identifying the Key Considerations for Successful Project Portfolio Analysis

    Apr 14, 2016
    How do you know if a project was successful? The analysis of a project at the end of its life-cycle is what determines whether or not the project was successful. And if it was successful, what factors influenced the positive outcome.
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    Technology Readiness Levels: Determining Maturity

    Apr 12, 2016
    Technology readiness levels (TRLs) were originally implemented in the 1970’s by NASA to compare apples, oranges, and suitcases. Actually, it was to compare disparate technology developments in terms of their technological maturity. “Apples and oranges” might translate to development of two distinct experiments to fly on a space shuttle, one on the effects of microgravity on fruit fly breeding and another on free-form fabrication of parts by electron-beam deposition.
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    Excel Experts are Not the Workforce of the Future

    Apr 07, 2016
    First released in 1985, Excel was launched during what many would now regard as the digital Stone Age. Yet three decades later, many federal agencies still rely solely on Excel to manage billion-dollar budgets. It’s like trying to stream video on a flip phone – it’s not going to work.