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Defense Science Board Summer Study on Transformation: A Progress Assessment. Volume 1
DEFENSE SCIENCE BOARD WASHINGTON DC
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Transformation is a continuous process with no foreseeable end point. To meet 2lst century challenges, the Department of Defense DoD will need capabilities that are constantly evolving and improving. Transformation demands changes in the DoD culture, process, and capabilities changing the way the Department conducts combat operations, conducts business, and interacts with other agencies and nations. The Department, through the Undersecretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology, and Logistics USDATL, directed the Defense Science Board DSB to convene the 2005 Summer Study Task Force on Transformation to assess the DoDs transformation progress. The Task Forces assessment includes a description of the current status of the Departments transformation efforts, identifies transformation objectives, and recommends ways to better meet emerging and persistent challenges. The Task Force specifically examined the following areas of the Departments enterprise Business Processes, Concepts and Experimentation, Net-enabled Operations, Defense Industry and Acquisition, Human Resources and Enterprise Culture, Multi-agency Integration, and Adaptable Force Capabilities.
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