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Update of U.S. Army Research Institute"s Officer Personnel Research Data Bases for 2001 and 2002
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Update of U.S. Army Research Institute's Officer Personnel Research Data Bases for and Author: Winnie Y. Young. Army Research Institute Kristen E.
Horgen, Lisa M. Penney, U. Christean Kubisiak, Jennifer D. Kaufman, Scott A. Birkeland Personnel Decisions Research Institutes, Inc. and University of South Florida Stephen Bowles U. Army Recruiting Command The objective of this research program is to develop and validate a new screening test battery.
The objectives of the study described in this report are to determine whether the RAND Corporation's federally funded research and development centers (FFRDCs) can effectively and efficiently use the Person-Event Data Environment (PDE) to support manpower and personnel research sponsored by the U.S.
Department of Defense (DoD), to assess how using the PDE compares with existing approaches Author: David Knapp, Beth J. Asch, Christine DeMartini, Teague Ruder, Janet M. Hanley. The U.S.
Army Research Office (ARO) serves as the Army[HTML_REMOVED]s principal agent for the planning, organization, selection, and management of extramural basic research in response to Army-wide requirements, with authority and responsibility for programs in the physical sciences, engineering sciences, and information h Year: The U.S.
Army identified the retention of qualified personnel as a key component of its personnel management strategy, and therefore ARI established a research program on Strategies to Enhance Retention. This program, called “STAY,” sought to improve both enlisted and officer retention, with the AIR work focused specifically on improving the retention of the Army’s junior, company-grade.
The U.S. Army Research Laboratory is part of the U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command, which has the mission to ensure decisive overmatch for unified land operations to empower.
personnel data, and to identify what improvements to the PDE would be necessary for it to be used by RAND’s FFRDCs for personnel research. The PDE is a secure, remote-access, analytical computing resource that is made available to researchers and institutions conducting research using Army and other DoD manpower data.
This paper reviews human-error-related Army aviation mishap data and trends. It also describes the Army data bases related to safety issues, providing information on Author: M.
Bruce McGehee, Richard N. Armstrong, James E. Hicks. The material published in this Monograph is a complete reprint of the text of Chapter 1 (“Review of Ordnance Research and Development in World War II”) of a manuscript in the National Archives (Records Group NumberBox A).Author: Ray Merriam.
With the active participation of the U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences (ARI), DTDD has sponsored the development of numerous training products for the program.