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12th ANNUAL SYSTEMS ENGINEERING CONFERENCE

“Achieving Acquisition Excellence Via Effective Systems Engineering”

San Diego, CA

26 - 29  October 2009

 
Agenda

 

Tuesday, October 27, 2009

 

PLENARY SESSION 1 - INTRODUCTION & OPENING REMARKS

ˇ         Mr. Bob Rassa, Director, Systems Supportability, Raytheon; Chair, Systems Engineering Division, NDIA

 

KEYNOTE ADDRESS

ˇ         Honorable Zachary J. Lemnios, Director, Defense Research and Engineering, Office of the Secretary of Defense (Acquisition, Technology and Logistics)

 

PLENARY SESSION 2 - SERVICE ACQUISITION EXECUTIVES

          VIEW FROM THE TOP: HOW CAN SE SUPPORT PROGRAM EXECUTION?

    Moderator: Mr. Terry Jaggers, Principal Deputy, Systems Engineering, Office of the Director, Defense Research and Engineering

ˇ         Mr. David G. Ahern, Director, Portfolio Systems Acquisition, Office of the Secretary of Defense (Acquisition, Technology and Logistics)

ˇ         Mr. Thomas E. Mullins, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Plans, Programs and Resources (SAAL-ZR), Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army (Acquisition, Logistics and Technology)

ˇ         Mr. Christopher A. Miller, PEO for Command, Control, Communications, Computers and Intelligence (C4I), ASNRDA

ˇ         Mr. Randall G. Walden, Director, Information Dominance Programs, Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Air Force (Acquisition), AFRCO

 

LUNCH WITH SPEAKER IN THE REGATTA PAVILION

ˇ         Mr. Stephen Welby, Director, Systems Engineering, Office of the Director, Defense Research and Engineering

 

PLENARY SESSION 3 - TEST & EVALUATION EXECUTIVES

     VIEW FROM THE TOP: HOW SE CAN SUPPORT DEVELOPMENTAL TEST AND EVALUATION?

     Moderator: Mr. Jim O’Bryon, The O’Bryon Group; Chair, Test and Evaluation Division

ˇ         Dr. James N. Streilein, Technical Advisor, HQ Army Test & Evaluation Command

ˇ         Ms. Amy Markowich, Deputy DoN T&E Executive

ˇ         Colonel Dexter M. Sapinoso, USAF, Chief of Air Force Test and Evaluation Policy and Programs

ˇ         Mr. Christopher DiPetto, OUSD(AT&L)/DDR&E/DT&E

 

PLENARY SESSION 4 - SE AND ACQUISITIONS REFORM: THE WAY AHEAD

     Moderator: Mrs. Kristen Baldwin, Office of the Director, Defense Research and Engineering

ˇ         Mr. Ross Guckert, Office of the Secretary of the Army for Acquisition, Logistics and Technology (ASA(ALT))

ˇ         Mr. Carl Siel, Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Research, Development and Acquisition (ASN(RDA)CHSENG)

ˇ         Colonel Shawn Shanley, USAF, Chief Systems Engineer, Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Acquisition, Science, Technology, and Engineering (SAF/AQR)

ˇ         Mr. Nicholas Torelli, Office of the Director, Defense Research and Engineering

 

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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, CONCURRENT SESSIONS

 

TRACK 1

Systems Engineering Effectiveness - Bayview III

ˇ         8851 - Rapid Development and Integration of Remote Weapon Systems to Meet Operational Requirements, Mr. Joseph Burkart, NSWC Crane, Small Arms Air Platform Integration

ˇ         8893 - Rapid Development, Mr. Michael Gaydar, NAVAIR

ˇ         8847 - Tailoring the SE Process to Effectively Complement the SW Agile Development Process, Mr. William Lyders, ASSETT Inc.

ˇ         8902 - Systems Engineering Leading Indicators: Insight into Effective Systems Engineering, Mr. Gary Roedler, Lockheed Martin Corporation

ˇ         9414 - Correcting Deficiencies in the Systems Engineering of Tactical Weapons, Mr. Marvin Ebbert, Raytheon Missile Systems

ˇ         8948 - Value Engineering Applications in Service Contracts, Dr. Jay Mandelbaum, Value Engineering Applications in Service Contracts

ˇ         8816 - Mind the GAPs-a Systems Engineering Implementation of DoDI 5000.02, Dr. Thomas Christian, U. S. Air Force

ˇ         8990 - Systems Engineering for Rapid Capability Development, Mr. Thomas McDermott, Georgia Tech Research Institute

ˇ         8974 - Transforming Systems and Software Engineering Across an Enterprise, Mr. Jeffery Wilcox, Lockheed Martin Corporation

ˇ         8863 - Using Requirements Compliance to Identify Gaps Between the Technical Solution and Requirements, Mr. Frank Salvatore, High Performance Technologies, Inc.

ˇ         8823 - Win and Influence Design Engineers---Change Their Affordability DNA, Mr. Tim Morrill, Raytheon Company

TRACK 2

Early System Engineering - Bayview II

ˇ         8951 - USAF View of NRC “Pre-A Systems Engineering” Study Committee Recommendations As Addressed By Levin-McCain (P.L. 111-23; “Weapon Systems Acquisition Reform Act of 2009”), Mr. Jeff Loren, SAF/AQR (Alion Science & Technology)

ˇ         8846 - Air Force Materiel Command Early Systems Engineering, Dr. Brian Kowal, USAF

ˇ         9016 - A Framework for Enhancing Forward-looking Capability Delivery Metrics, Mr. Leonard Sadauskas, DoD CIO CT&S

ˇ         9082 - Including Environment, Safety, and Occupational Health (ESOH) Requirements in Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System (JCIDS) Documents,  Mr. Sherman Forbes, U.S. Air Force

ˇ         8835 - T&E Collaboration and Contributions during Early Program Acquisition, Mr. Stephen Scukanec, Northrop Grumman Corporation Aerospace Systems

ˇ         8795 - Mission-based Test and Evaluation Strategy: Creating Linkages between Technology Development and Mission Capability, Mr. John Beilfuss, U.S. Army Research Laboratory

ˇ         Panel Topic: 8924, 8925 , 8933 - Early Systems Engineering in DoDI 5000.02, Dr. Judith Dahmann, Ms. Lisa Reuss, Ms. Sharon Vannucci, Systems Engineering Directorate, ODDR&E

ˇ         8949 - Updated DoD 5000 and CJCS 3170 Policies: A Requirements to Acquisition Gap Analysis, Mr. John Lohse, Raytheon Company

ˇ         8813 - Emerging Roles for Systems Engineering in Defense Decision Making; Better Aligning Requirements and Acquisition with the Budget and Security Environments, Mr. Vincent Roske, Institute for Defense Analyses

ˇ         9026 - Early SE Determination of Best-Fit System Life Cycle Processes, Dr. Barry Boehm, USC

TRACK 3 - Technology Maturity - Bayview I

ˇ         8991 - Systems Engineering for the Science & Technology Community, Mr. Russell Menko, U. S. Army RDECOM/TARDEC

ˇ         9017 - Linking Systems Engineering Artifacts with Complex Systems Maturity Assessments, Dr. Brian Sauser, Stevens Institute of Technology

ˇ         8770 - Incorporating Maturity Assessment into House of Quality for Improved Decision Support Analysis and Risk Management, Mr. Pavel Fomin, U.S. Air Force

ˇ         8798 - The New Technology Readiness Assessment Process, Dr. Jay Mandelbaum, Institute for Defense Analyses

ˇ         8870 - S&T Portfolio Maturity & Performance Analysis: The Concept of Critical Research Elements, Mr. Has Patel, Infologic, Inc.

ˇ         8879 - TRL Vectors in IPPD-based Portfolio Management, Mr. Michael Bartmess, General Dynamics/AIS

ˇ         8963 - Air Force Concept Maturity Assessment, Mr. George Freeman, U.S. Air Force, Center for Systems Engineering

ˇ         8900 - DOD’s Weapon System Portfolio: Are Results Getting Any Better?, Mr. Michael Sullivan, U.S. Government

ˇ         8894 - Air Force Initiative – High Confidence Technology Transition Planning Through the Use of Stage-Gates – Update, Mr. Randy Bullard, U.S. Air Force Materiel Command

ˇ         8891 - A comprehensive overview of techniques for measuring system readiness, Mr. James Bilbro, JB Consulting International

TRACK 4 - Test and Evaluation of SOS - Mission I

ˇ         8825 - Test and Evaluation in a System of Systems Environment, Mr. Edwin McDermott, 653 ELSW, Electronic Systems Center

ˇ         8849 - Joint Integration and Interoperability Lab (JSIIL), Mr. Steven Whitehead, SL, J8 Technical Director, USJFCOM

ˇ         8935 - Systems of Systems Systems Engineering and Test and Evaluation, Dr. Judith Dahmann, Systems Engineering Directorate, ODDR&E/MITRE

TRACK 4 - Practical Systems Engineering - Mission I

ˇ         9014 - SAVI: Aerospace Platform Development and Certification Using Modeling and Simulation to “Integrate, then Build”, Mr. Gregory Pollari, Rockwell Collins

ˇ         8855 - Certify and Fly Right: Preparing for DO-297 Certification, Mr. Ketih Custer, Esterline Control Systems-AVISTA

ˇ         8973 - C-17 Transition to Criteria-based Airworthiness Certification, Mr. Christian Stillings, USAF 516 AESG

TRACK 4 - Test and Evaluation - Mission I

ˇ         8848 - Integrated Testing: We Can Do It,  Dr. Beth Wilson, Raytheon Company

ˇ         8882 - Test & Evaluation Strategy for the Technology Development Phase, Ms. Darlene Mosser-Kerner, OUSD(AT&L)/DDR&E/DT&E

ˇ         8883 - Test & Evaluation Products for the Systems Engineering Reviews, Mr. Woody Eischens, OUSD(AT&L)/DDR&E/DT&E

ˇ         8814 - Joint Mission Environment Test Capability (JMETC), Lowering technical Risk by Improving Distributed Test Capabilities, Mr. Chip Ferguson, JMETC

ˇ         8901 - Review Results of the NDIA/OSD Software Test Summit/Workshop, Mr. Thomas Wissink, Lockheed Martin IS&GS

TRACK 5 - Human Systems Integration - Mission II

ˇ         8998 - Human Systems Integration – Ensuring the Human is Considered “Left of A”, Col Larry Kimm, USAF, U.S Air Force

ˇ         8885 - Human Systems Integration (HSI) - Integrating Human Concerns into Life Cycle Systems Engineering, Ms. Cynthia Shewell, Booz Allen Hamilton

ˇ         9012 - Human Systems Integration: Defining and Validating a Framework for Enhanced Systems Development, Dr. Matthew Risser, Pacific Science & Engineering Group

ˇ         8975 - What is Human Systems Integration (HSI) and why should we do it?,  Mr. Stuart Booth, Systems Engineering Directorate, ODDR&E

ˇ         9042 - Bounding the Human Within the System, Mr. Michael Mueller, U.S. Air Force Center for Systems Engineering

ˇ         8829 - The Army Health Hazard Assessment Program’s Medical Cost Avoidance Model,  Dr. Timothy A. Kluchinsky, Department of Army

TRACK 5 - System Safety - ESOH - Mission II

ˇ         9095 - Using Proposed MIL-STD-882 Change 1 For Hazardous Materials Management, Ms. Karen Gill, Booz Allen Hamilton

ˇ         8890 - Building Safer UGVs with Run-time Safety Invariants, Mr. Michael Wagner, Carnegie Mellon University, NREC

ˇ         Sherman Forbes, U.S. Air Force

ˇ         882D - Overview of Draft MIL-STD-882D With Change 1,  Mr. Bob Smith, Booz Allen Hamilton

ˇ         9070 - Improving Safety Technology Insertion in DoD Acquisition Programs, Dr. Elizabeth Rodriguez-Johnson, Systems Engineering Directorate, ODDR&E

ˇ         9094 - DoD Green Procurement Program Update and Path Forward, Mr. David Asiello, Office of the Secretary of Defense

ˇ         9091 - Environment, Safety, and Occupational Health (ESOH) Risk and Technology Requirements Reporting at Acquisition Program Reviews, Ms. Lucy Rodriguez, Booz Allen Hamilton

TRACK 6 - System of Systems - Mission III

ˇ         8898 - Designing Collaborative Systems of Systems in support of Multi-sided Markets, Mr. Philip Boxer, SEI

ˇ         8892 - SysML Strategies to Characterize and Analyze Systems of Systems, Dr. Jo Ann Lane, University of Southern California

ˇ         9041 - On Modeling and Simulation Methods for Capturing Emergent Behaviors for Systems of Systems, Dr. Jack Zentner, Georgia Tech Research Institute

ˇ         9060 - M&S Support for SoS SE, Dr.Joann Lane, USC

ˇ         8776 - The Modular SOS Paradigm: an Availability Paradox?, Mr. Peter Gentile, Northrop Grumman Corporation

ˇ         8866 - Extending FMECA to Systems of Systems, Mr. Leopoldo Mayoral, Johns Hopkins University/APL

ˇ         NDIA SoS Committee Report, Dr. Judith Dahman, Systems Engineering Directorate, ODDR&E/MITRE

ˇ         8960 - A Distillation of Lessons Learned from Complex System of Systems Acquisitions, Dr. Richard Turner, Stevens Institute

ˇ         8784 - Establishing a Departmental-Level Systems-of-Systems Engineering Management Construct for the Department of the Navy, Progress Report, Mr. John Kevin Smith, Asst Sec of the Navy for RD&A, Chief Engineer

ˇ         8942 - DoD Systems of Systems Update, Dr. Judith Dahmann, Systems Engineering Directorate, ODDR&E/MITRE

ˇ         8961 - Engineering Systems of Systems: An Integration Perspective, Dr. Emmett Maddry, NSWCDD

TRACK 7 - Program Management - Palm I

ˇ         8979 - Boots on the Ground: Tactical Planning at Program Start Up, Mr. Gerry Becker, Harris Corporation

ˇ         8999 - Program Signature Measurement, Mr. James Thompson, Systems Engineering Directorate, ODDR&E

ˇ         9103 - The Economics of CMMI, Mr. Geoff Draper, Harris Corporation

ˇ         8995 - Integrated Systems Engineering and Developmental Test and Evaluation, Mr. Chris DiPetto, DUSD(A&T)/SSE

ˇ         9021 - Critical Success Factors for Milestone Review Risk Identification, Dr. Barry Boehm, USC

ˇ         9030 - Lessons Learned in Motivating Software Engineering Process Group to Focus on Achieving Business Goals and Not on Just Achieving a Maturity Level, Mr. Girish Seshagiri, Advanced Information Services Inc.

ˇ         9003 - CMMIŽ for Executives,  Mr. Geoff Draper, Harris Corporation

ˇ         9034 - Sustainment and Continued Institutionalization of Best Practices and CMMIŽ at SPAWAR, Mr. Michael Kutch, SPAWAR Systems Center Atlantic

ˇ         8791 - Cost and Risk Impacts of the New DOD 5000 Defense Acquisition Framework, Dr. Peter Hantos, The Aerospace Corporation

ˇ         8895 - A Comprehensive Review of Maturity Assessment Approaches for Improved Defense Acquisition,  Ms. Nazanin Azizian, The George Washington University

TRACK 8 - Net-Centric Operations/Interoperability - Palm II

ˇ         8874 - The Boeing System of Systems Engineering (SoSE) Process and Its Use in Developing Legacy-Based Net-Centric Systems of Systems, Mr. John Palmer, The Boeing Company

ˇ         9010 - Network Enabled Weapons, A System Engineering Approach to Achieve Interoperabilty, Mr. Andrew Lieux, Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division

ˇ         8854 - Human Interoperability Enterprise and Net Centric Operations, Mr. Jack Zavin, ASD (NII)

ˇ         8780 - Net-Centric Best Practices, Mr. Hiekeun Ko, JPEO-CBD - Software Support Activity

ˇ         8788 - Data sharing in a Stability Operations Community of Interest: Utilizing a pilot program to prove concepts and develop trust., Mr. Gerald Christman, Femme Comp Inc.

ˇ         8853 - C4I Architecture for Joint ASW, Mr. Gregory Miller, Naval Postgraduate School

ˇ         8929 - Extending Net-Centric Quality of Service to Systems of Systems, Maj Vinod Naga, USAF, Air Force Institute of Technology

ˇ         9081 - Testing in Service-oriented Environments, Mr. Soumya Simanta, SEI

ˇ         8913 - Linking Interoperability and Measures of Effectiveness: A Method for Evaluating Architectures,  Dr. David Jacques, Air Force Institute of Technology

TRACK 8 - Speciality Engineering - Palm II

ˇ         8944 - DoD’s Refocus on Specialty Engineering (Reliability, Availability and Maintainability; Producibility and Quality, Supportability, Safety and Human Systems Integration), Mr. Chester Bracuto, Systems Engineering Directorate, ODDR&E

ˇ         9043 - Implementing the Materiel Availability KPP in DoD acquisition programs—balancing life-cycle costs with warfighter needs, Mr. Grant Schmieder, Systems Engineering Directorate, ODDR&E

ˇ         8873 - IUID enables streamlined acquisition and system engineering, Mr. Robert Leibrandt, DoD UID Policy Office

ˇ         8958 - Security Systems Engineering, Mrs. Kristen Baldwin, Systems Engineering Directorate, ODDR&E

 

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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, CONCURRENT SESSIONS

 

TRACK 1 -  Systems Engineering Effectiveness -  Bayview III

ˇ         8887 - Achieving a Systems Engineering Culture in a Science and Technology Laboratory Environment, Mr. Robert Rapson, Materials and Manufacturing Directorate, AFRL

ˇ         8920 - A Methodology for Assessing Systems Engineering Practices, Ms. Lauren Levy, Johns Hopkins University/APL

ˇ         9097 - Acquisition ESOH Risk Management-How to Make It Work, Mr. Bob Smith, Booz Allen Hamilton

TRACK 1 -  Architecture - Bayview III

ˇ         8831 - Human-Centered Design in Systems Engineering: Human View Methodology, Dr. Robert Smillie, SPAWAR

ˇ         8830 - Systems Engineering Needs of the DoDAF – Report of the Architecture Frameworks Working Group, Mr. Joe Kuncel, Northrop Grumman Corporation

ˇ         8824 - Delivering DoDAF Version 2.0 to Architects and Systems Engineers for IT Systems and Services, Mr. Walt Okon, Department of Defense, CIO, Enterprise Architecture

ˇ         8971 - Advancing Systems Engineering Practice using Model Based System Development, Mr. Sanford Friedenthal, Lockheed Martin Corporation

ˇ         9004 - Evolving Systems Engineering through Model Driven Functional Analysis, Dr. Mark Blackburn, Systems and

TRACK 2 - Logistics Systems - Bayview II

ˇ         9063 - An Integrated RAM Approach to System Design and Support, Mr. Robert Finlayson, Johns Hopkins University/APL

ˇ         9031 - Supportability Lessons Learned with Line Replaceable Modules, Ms. Heity Hsiung, Raytheon Company

ˇ         8908 - Successful First AESA Deployment through Application of System Engineering, Mr. Scott Nichols, Raytheon Company

ˇ         9039 - Applying Systems Engineering to Fielded Weapon Systems and End-Items, Mr. Michael Ucchino, AF Center for Systems Engineering

ˇ         9008 - Upgrade Fluid System Filter Element Monitoring To Increase Operational Reliability and Support Condition Based Maintenance Capability, Mr. Gary Rosenberg, Constellation Technology Corportation

ˇ         8834 - Tailoring Systems Engineering for Technical Support of Legacy Products, Mr. Joseph Skandera, BAE Systems

ˇ         9092 - The role of simulation in tracking mobile assets using RFID technology, Mr. Swee Leong, National Institute of Standards and Technology

TRACK 3 - Modeling & Simulation - Bayview I

ˇ         8939 - Understanding the New DoD Instruction 5000.61: “DoD Modeling & Simulation Verification, Validation and Accreditation (VV&A)”, Mr. Michael Truelove, Systems Engineering Directorate, ODDR&E

ˇ         8950 - Live, Virtual, Constructive Architecture Roadmap: The Quest for Interoperability, Standards, and Reuse, Dr. Gary Allen, Joint Training Integration & Evaluation Center

ˇ         9048 - Revisions to the Acquisition Modeling & Simulation Master Plan, Mr. Stephen Swenson, Systems Engineering Directorate, ODDR&E

ˇ         8759 - A Systems Engineering Framework for Integrating M&S Development Best Practices, Dr. Katherine Morse, Johns Hopkins University/APL

ˇ         9052 - Best Practices in Contracting for Models, Simulations, and Associated Data, Mr. Dennis Shea, CNA

ˇ         8947 - Report on a Study on Management Concepts for Broadly-Needed Modeling and Simulation Tools in the U.S. Department of Defense, Dr. James Coolahan, Johns Hopkins University/APL

ˇ         8836 - Producibility Modeling & Simulation Needs for Early Systems Engineering Evaluations of Alternative Design Concepts, Dr. Al Sanders, Honeywell Aerospace

ˇ         8810 - Using Simulation to Define and allocate probabilistic Requirements, Ms. Yvonne Bijan, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics

ˇ         8923 - Integration of Operational Simulations With Physics-Based Models For Engineering Analysis, Mr. Stephen Guest, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics

TRACK 4 - Practical Systems Engineering - Mission I

ˇ         8980 - Using Model-driven Engineering Techniques for Integrated Flight Simulation Development, Mr. Douglas Fiehler, Raytheon Missile Systems

ˇ         9007 - Technology Maturation for the Automated Aerial Refueling (AAR) Project, Ms. Carol Ventresca, SynGenics Corporation

ˇ         8880 - Naval Postgraduate School Advanced Seabase Enabler Project: A Systems Engineering Case Study, Mr. Lance Flitter, NSWC, Carderock Division

ˇ         8946 - Protecting the Mission, Preserving Legacy and Promoting Growth, Ms. Patti Scaramuzzo, Lockheed Martin Corporation

ˇ         9054 - A-10 Avionics System Architecture Trade Study and Analysis (AVSATA) Program, Mr. Richard Sorensen, KIHO Military Acquisition Consulting, Inc.

ˇ         8976 - A Systems Engineering Model for Roadmap Alignment, Mr. Si Dok, U. S. Army TARDEC

ˇ         9080 - Rapid Systems Engineering of the MRAP Gunner Restraint System Saves Lives, Ms. Michelle Bowen, JPO MRAP

ˇ         9002 - Key Considerations for Building Highly Available, Mission-Critical Systems, Mr. Stephen Mills, GoAhead Software

TRACK 5 - Human Systems Integration - Mission II

ˇ         8937 - Integrating the Human into the system, integrating HSI Tools into Systems Engineering, Dr. Jennifer Narkevicius, Jenius LLC

ˇ         9064 - Economics of Human Systems Integration: Early Life Cycle Cost Estimation Using HSI Requirements, 2ndLt Kevin Liu, USMC, MIT

ˇ         Proccess Management and tool selection to minimize risk of hand-arm vibration syndrome, Mr. Sherman Forbes, U.S. Air Force

TRACK 5 - Systems Engineering Development Environment - Mission II

ˇ         8945 - Standards Based Development Environment, Mr. Christopher Oster, Lockheed Martin Corporation

ˇ         8922 - The Role of DoD in Systems Engineering Standards and Models, Mr. Donald Gantzer, Systems Engineering Directorate, ODDR&E

ˇ         8844 - The Power of the Spec: Understanding the Many Diverse Roles in SE of Good Specifications & Standards.”, Mr. Robert Kuhnen, U.S. Air Force

ˇ         8967 - Generating Visual and Interactive Output from System Engineering Tools, Mr. John Schatz, Systems and Proposal Engineering Company

ˇ         9015 - Challenges and Benefits of applying ISO STEP, Mr. Stuart Booth, Systems Engineering Directorate, ODDR&E

ˇ         9059 - Smallsat Conceptual Design Trade and Cost Modeling Tool, Dr. Deganit Armon, Advatech Pacific, Inc

TRACK 6 - Enterprise Health Management - Mission III

ˇ         8815 - Applying Systems Engineering to Operational System Improvements, Ms. Ryanne Gentry, Acquisition Logistics Engineering

ˇ         8842 - Applications in Integrated Diagnostics, Mr. Jimmy Simmons, Georgia Tech Research Institute

ˇ         8884 - Tactical Wheeled Vehicle Integrated Diagnostics, Mr Lawrence Osentoski, DRIVE Developments, Inc.

TRACK 6 - System of Systems - Mission III

ˇ         8964 - Software Assurance in a System of Systems World: Interoperability Challenges - Reports from the Field, Dr. Carol Sledge, SEI

ˇ         8969 - An Introduction to Influence Maps: Foundations, Construction, and Use, Mr. James Smith, SEI

ˇ         9024 - Dynamic Modeling of Programmatic and Systematic, Dr. Brian Sauser, Purdue University

ˇ         8915 - System of Systems Challenges and Solutions: Case Study Insights, Mr. John Colombi, U.S. Air Force Institute of Technology

TRACK 7 -  Work Force Development - Palm I

ˇ         8966 - Improving Systems Engineering Curriculum Using a Competency-Based Assessment Approach, Ms. Alice Squires, Stevens Institute of Technology

ˇ         9088 - Enhancing Systems Engineering Competencies in the Enterprise, Mr. Gary Roedler, Lockheed Martin Corporation

ˇ         8789 - Achieving Acquisition Excellence via Improving the Systems-Engineering Workforce, Dr. Kenneth Nidiffer, SEI

ˇ         8926 - Systems Engineering Workforce Development Update, Dr. Don Gelosh, Systems Engineering Directorate, ODDR&E

ˇ         9076 - Assessing Systems Engineering Personnel Competency: Framework and Tool Experience, Dr. Barry Boehm, University of Southern California

ˇ         8943 - Team SE Skill Set, Mr. Charles Garland, U.S. Air Force Center for Systems Engineering

ˇ         8956 - Systems Engineering Approach to Workforce Development, Mr. James Miller, U.S. Air Force

ˇ         9046 - Developing an Introductory Systems Engineering Practitioners Course: “Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) With SysML”, Mr. Joseph Wolfrom, Johns Hopkins University/APL

ˇ         8878 - Advanced Simulation Course for Army Simulation Management Professionals, Dr. Gene Paulo, Naval Postgraduate School

TRACK 8 - Software Intensive Systems - Palm II

ˇ         8977 - Overview of DoD Software Engineering Initiatives, Mr. Scott Lucero, Systems Engineering Directorate, ODDR&E

ˇ         8820 - Graduate Software Engineering Reference Curriculum (GSwERC), Ms. Nicole Hutchison, Analytic Services, Inc.

ˇ         8739 - Quality Assessment of Software-Intensive System Architectures and their Requirements (QUASAR),  Mr. Donald Firesmith, SEI

ˇ         8812 - A Systems Engineering Approach to Multi-Level Security in a Service Oriented Architecture, Mr. Timothy Greer, Lockheed Martin Corporation

ˇ         9104 - Static Code Analysis: Best Practices for Software Assurance in the Acquisition Life Cycle, Mr. Paul Croll, CSC

ˇ         8996 - Engineering Improvement in Software Assurance: A Landscape Framework, Ms. Lisa Brownsword, SEI

ˇ         8802 - Open Source Technology for Enterprise Health Management, Mr. Edward Beck, CSC

ˇ         8901 - Review Results of the NDIA/OSD Software Test Summit/Workshop, Mr. Thomas Wissink, Lockheed Martin IS&GS

ˇ         9506 - Software Acquisition Management Practical Experience, Mr. James Jones, SSAI

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