MORS Workshop. Operations Analysis Support to Network Centric Operations. Held in McLean, VA on 27-29 January 2004
MILITARY OPERATIONS RESEARCH SOCIETY ALEXANDRIA VA
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As Network Centric Operations NCO are being developed, the analytic community is being called upon to support the military services with assessments of needs and capability gaps to support decisions concerning options under consideration by the United States Armed Forces and its coalition partners. Many organizations are interested and involved in employing and analyzing Network Centric Operations. With the emergence of Information Age warfare, the Operations Analysis OA community recognizes it must play a leadership role in creating and refining needed metrics, processes, methodologies, models and simulations. The OA Community acknowledges an urgent need to share its efforts, successes and failures in developing the key capabilities required for analytically rigorous assessments of NCO. On 27-29 January 2004, MORS held a workshop on Operations Analysis Support to Network Centric Operations at the Booz Allen Hamilton Conference Center in McLean, VA. The goal of the meeting was to bring together a multi-disciplined group of analysts, operators and engineers from across service organizations to share their work develop a common view of the state of practice expose members of the broader analytic community to their needs and, identify shortfalls and recommend solutions for improving the state of practice.
- Operations Research
- Military Operations, Strategy and Tactics