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International Test & Evaluation Summitt & Exhibition

24-27 February 2003
 
 
 
 
Table of Contents
 
  Tuesday, March 25, 2003

T&E Transformation by Honorable Thomas Christie

How T&E reduces defense programs risks : a French perspective by Lt. Gen Daniel Reydellet

Model for Knowledge-Based Acquisition Process by Bob Levin

The Mind of OPTEVFOR on T&E and Program Risk by RADM David M. Crocker

Understanding And Managing Chaotic T and E Results by Dr. T.W. Tucker

Wednesday, March 26, 2003

Changing Roles and Reducing Risks in Testing, The BattleSpace of the Future by RADM Charles "Bert" H. Johnston

The Army T&E Perspective by MG. Robert Armbruster

Crossfire Panel

System Engineering & Test and Evaluation by Mr. Steven Mendonca

Using M&S To Predict, Describe, Design and Execute Weapons Performance by Mr. Bruce Harris

Technologies for Efficient Certification (TEC) by Dr. Kristina Langer and Dr. Donald Paul

Role of Modeling and Simulation in Reducing Risk in Test & Evaluation by Mr. Jude Tomasello

Testing and Evaluation of Emerging Systems in Nontraditional Warfare by Mr. William Schilling

A Methodology for Network Centric Electronic Attack Evaluation by Dr. Paul Wang, Mr. Mitchell Sparrow, Mr. Myron Greenbaum, Mr. Kenneth McKenzie, and Mr. Ami Patel

Thursday, March 27, 2003

Combined DT/OT, Good Idea for Oxymoron? by Dr. Jerome Rosenberger

Impact of Recent Study on Best Commercial T&E Practices by Mr. Raymond Pollard

Developmental Testing: Strengthending DT to Minimize Risk Later by Mr. Richard Lockhart

Using the Design for Six Sigma (DFSS) Approach to Design, Test, and Evaluate to Reduce Program Risk by Dr. Mark Kiemele

Center for National Response Operational Test and Evaluation Program by Mr. Johnathan Stewart and Ms. Allison Voight

Training System as Transformation Test Bed by Dr. Peter A. Young, Mr. Nicholas Guerra, and Mr. Gregory I. Story

 
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