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6/3/2014
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Warren Suss
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What DOD's Joint Information Environment Needs To Succeed

The Defense Department's massive bet on an enterprise-wide information environment depends on whether DOD and industry can align their investment roadmaps. Here's how else industry can help.

(Image: US Army CIO/G-6)
(Image: US Army CIO/G-6)

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David F. Carr
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David F. Carr,
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6/3/2014 | 4:21:20 PM
Who is doing this right?
Have you seen a good example of aligning DOD procurement with the kind of products vendors want to create anyway for their commercial customers? Is it possible to be demanding, in terms of what the military needs, and get a good deal for the taxpayer, while still leaving industry room to profit off its work?
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