The Business Transformation Agency focuses on advancing defense-wide business transformation. The agency is expected to provide consistency in the Defense Department’s business transformation efforts, minimize redundancies in its business systems, and reduce overhead.
Transformation is foremost a continuing process. It does not have an end point. Transformation is meant to create or anticipate the future. It is meant to deal with the co-evolution of concepts, processes, organizations and technology.
Defense Acquisition, Technology, and Logistics advises on all matters pertaining to the Defense Department's acquisition process, research and development; advanced technology; test and evaluation; production; logistics; military construction; procurement; economic security; and atomic energy.
The Defense Acquisition University touches nearly every member of the DoD Acquisition, Technology, and Logistics workforce with a full range of training, performance support, applied research, and continuous learning opportunities.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is the central research and development organization for the Defense Department. It pursues technology that will advance traditional military roles and missions.
The Defense Information Systems Agency is responsible for planning, engineering, acquiring, fielding, and supporting global net-centric solutions for the nation's warfighters and all those who support them.
The Defense Modeling and Simulation Office is the catalyst organization for Defense Department modeling and simulation and ensures that the technology development is consistent with other related initiatives.
The Missile Defense Agency develops, tests and prepares for deployment a missile defense system capable of providing a layered defense for the homeland, deployed forces, friends, and allies against ballistic missiles.
The Joint Robotics Program provides focus and coordination for development of the technologies and systems to provide 21st century land forces with a family of highly mobile, multi-mission, unmanned ground vehicles to achieve a "leap ahead" capability across the spectrum of conflict.
The Air Force Office of Scientific Research continues to expand the horizon of scientific knowledge through its leadership and management of the Air Force’s first step in the process of scientific development.
The Air Force Flight Test Center at Edwards Air Force Base, Calif., is the Air Force Materiel Command center of excellence for research, development, and test and evaluation of aerospace systems for the United States and its allies.
The Arnold Engineering Development Center is a national aerospace ground test facility that conducts tests, engineering analyses, and technical evaluations for research, system development, and operational programs of the Air Force and Department of Defense, other government agencies, and industry.
The 2005 Army Modernization Plan describes how Army efforts are supporting transformation by retaining the best of current capabilities and developing new and improved ones using a comprehensive and balanced approach.
The Army Test and Evaluation Command plans, conducts, and integrates developmental testing, independent operational testing, independent evaluations, assessments, and experiments in order to provide essential information to decision makers.
The U.S. Army Soldier Systems Center (Natick) is responsible for researching, developing, fielding, and managing food, clothing, shelters, airdrop systems, and soldier support items. Their goal is to provide America’s soldiers with the best equipment in the world.
The Human Performance Center focuses to improve performance by identifying and removing all factors that could prevent a sailor, a team, a unit, or an organization from achieving its highest level of performance. The focus is on performance, not the performer.
The Naval Network Warfare Command creates warfighting and business options for the fleet to fight and win in the information age. We deliver and operate a reliable, secure and battle-ready global network. We lead the development and integration of information operations capabilities into the fleet.
The Office of Naval Research coordinates, executes, and promotes the science and technology programs of the United States Navy and Marine Corps through schools, universities, government laboratories, and nonprofit and for-profit organizations.
The Naval Research, Development and Acquisition Team, in partnership with industry serves the Nation by developing, acquiring and supporting technologically superior and affordable systems for Navy, Marine Corps, Joint and Allied Forces.
The Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command is the Navy’s premier Command, Control, Communications, and Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance command for acquisition and life-cycle management of communications and warfare systems.
The 2004 edition of Vision… Presence… Power — the
eleventh edition of this annual program guide — provides
an overview of our Sea Power 21 strategy, investments,
and the critical programs and initiatives that will enable
the Navy to carry out its missions successfully, around
the world and around the clock.
This 2005 version of the Concepts and Programs book describes the Marine Corps strategic direction, operational concepts, and those major programs required to continue the Marine Corps’ warfighting excellence and relevancy in the 21st century.
The Marine Corps Systems Command serves as the commandant's principal agent for acquisition and sustainment of systems and equipment used by the operating forces to accomplish their warfighting mission.