systems. Direct access to this necessary expertise, in light of industry’s competing interest in hiring similar professionals, is limited. For these reasons, a combination of (1) outreach to FFRDCs and similar DoD focused organizations, academia, and industry and (2) internal DoD education and development of software expertise is needed to bridge the gap.
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