Appendix

Meetings and Discussions

PANEL MEETINGS

December 11-12, 1995

Washington, D.C.

Objectives: Review statement of task; approve the project plan; approve the outline and study concept, as articulated in the draft report concept; continue gathering data by discussing world-class research and development with experts from industry, academia, and government; make writing assignments and schedules for chapters of the report.

Presenters:

Robert Stempel, NAE, General Motors (retired)

Lance Davis, Defense Research and Engineering (Laboratory Management/Technology Transition)

David Gobeli, Oregon State University

James Gover, Sandia National Laboratory

Fred Luthans, University of Nebraska, Lincoln

Derek Ransley, Chevron Research and Technology Company

Richard Smith, U.S. Army Research Office

January 25–26, 1996

Washington, D.C.

Objectives: Review, discuss, and revise, as necessary, chapter 1, chapter 5 of the report. Discuss next steps in report realization. Discuss report concept and program plan for Phase 2.



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WORLD-CLASS RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT: Characteristics for an Army Research, Development, and Engineering Organization Appendix Meetings and Discussions PANEL MEETINGS December 11-12, 1995 Washington, D.C. Objectives: Review statement of task; approve the project plan; approve the outline and study concept, as articulated in the draft report concept; continue gathering data by discussing world-class research and development with experts from industry, academia, and government; make writing assignments and schedules for chapters of the report. Presenters: Robert Stempel, NAE, General Motors (retired) Lance Davis, Defense Research and Engineering (Laboratory Management/Technology Transition) David Gobeli, Oregon State University James Gover, Sandia National Laboratory Fred Luthans, University of Nebraska, Lincoln Derek Ransley, Chevron Research and Technology Company Richard Smith, U.S. Army Research Office January 25–26, 1996 Washington, D.C. Objectives: Review, discuss, and revise, as necessary, chapter 1, chapter 5 of the report. Discuss next steps in report realization. Discuss report concept and program plan for Phase 2.

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72 February 25-27, 1996 Natick, Mass. WORLD-CLASS RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT FULL COMMITTEE MEETING Objectives: Introduce and orient new committee members to the National Research Council and the Natick RDEC. Discuss the commit- tee's goals and objectives. Receive command and business area briefings. Review the first ciraft (including, characteristics and metrics) of the Phase 1 report. Review and approve the statement of task for Phase 2. Discuss initial panel visit and work assignments. Discuss Phase 2 tailored characteristics. Presenters: Robert Lewis, U.S. Army Soldier Systems Command Colonel Morris Price, commander, Natick RDEC Lieutenant Colonel David Faulkner, deputy commander, Natick RDEC Philip Brandier, technical director, Natick RDEC Coleen Cathcart, Office of the Technical Director, Natick RDEC Gerald Darsch, Sustainability Directorate, Natick RDEC Eclward Doucette, Mobility Directorate, Natick RDEC Ronald Granchelli, Survivability Directorate, Natick RDEC Paul Leitch, Advanced Systems Concepts Directorate, Natick RDEC Dale Malabarba, Advanced Systems Concepts Directorate, Natick RDEC Abner Salant, Science and Technology Directorate, Natick RDEC