DoD Aims to Coordinate Tech Projects With Military Labs, Federal R&D Centers

The Defense Department has started to draft a list of technologies that DoD aims to acquire in a move to coordinate its research and development projects that of military laboratories and federally funded R&D centers, Defense One reported Sunday.

Ellen Lord, defense undersecretary for acquisition, technology and logistics, said at the Reagan National Defense Forum that DoD is developing a modernization strategy to help ensure coordination across service branches and the Office of Secretary of Defense.

Lord added she expects DoD to complete the new strategy by 2018.

The report added the new plan will cover mutliple projects from individual military service laboratories, FFRDCs as well as the OSD.

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