Dullen, Shawn M.
January 2015
Army AL&T Magazine;Jan-Mar2015, p38
The article discusses the U.S. Army's Office of the Project Manager for Combat Ammunition Systems' (PM CAS) implementation of the Key Parameter Development and Management (KPD&M) initiative that identifies the design factors that influence the desired performance. Topics discussed include the recurring and difficult issues facing the PM CAS and the use of KPD&M enables the establishment of customer-driven leading indicators.


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