Army RD&A: The Soldier as a System. July-August 1999
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY WASHINGTON DC
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Army RDA ISSN 0892-8657 Is published bimonthly by the Acquisition Career Management Office. Articles reflect views of the authors and should not be Interpreted as official opinion of the Department of the Army or any branch, command, or agency of the Army. The purpose is to instruct members of the Army Acquisition Corps and Workforce relative to RDA processes, procedures, techniques, and management philosophy and to disseminate other information pertinent to the professional development of the Army Acquisition Corps and Workforce. Introduction The Project Manager for Soldier Systems PM-Soldier was officially chartered in June 1992. Creation of the PM-Soldier fulfilled the senior Army leaderships long-standing desire to structure an activity to centralize the life-cycle management of soldier system materiel acquisition. Since 1992, PM-Soldiers fundamental mission to modernize the individual soldier has remained constant, although the quantity and complexity of the programs managed by PM-Soldier have increased as we deploy the soldier onto the digital battlefield.
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