High Power Electrical Distribution Unit Redesign for Low Cost Components, Obsolescence Mitigation, and Performance Improvements

The U.S. Army is partnering with industry and academia to identify an obsolescence and supply chain risk-mitigated common legacy electronic component design across a family of vehicles and improvements for high-power distribution and motion controls. The hope is this design will lead to lower maintenance and sustainment costs.  The three primary objectives of this project […]

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Project Announcement: Enterprise Maintenance and Sustainment Transformation – Phase II

The U.S. Navy is partnering with industry and academia on a multi-phased project to evaluate data platforms that will enhance and synchronization several business operations. This will include auditability, enterprise risk, and data management to sustain or transform the Navy’s logistics, sustainment, and financial management systems and processes. To learn more about this project contact […]

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Project Announcement: Improving Readiness through Rapid Response Capability for System Sustainment

The U.S. Army is partnering with industry and academia to capture and model a process framework that will improve the way maintenance and sustainment are performed (structured, consistent, repeatable). It will also evaluate the way resources are planned and utilized across projects and leverage common processes that will drive consistency, rigor, and discipline in project […]

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