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Awarded by the US Naval Sea Systems Command (NSWC), the contract covers professional support services in the areas of test and evaluation, lifecycle engineering and support, logistics and operational readiness, programme management, business and financial management, systems engineering, production planning and production engineering, manning, personnel and training, human systems integration analysis and engineering, data management engineering, and combat sytems development.
Human systems integration to enhance maritime domain awareness for port/harbour security.
Human systems integration (HSI) is focused on the effective integration of human behavior and performance into complex systems with the expected economic returns of reduced operating costs, increased profits from greater sales, and increased profits from production efficiencies, but of course it also comes with costs associated with personnel, implementing HSI recommendations, and systems operations and it can therefore be unclear as to whether benefits outweigh costs in any particular situation.
DAU is facilitating the development of a Defense Acquisition Portal addressing all of the life cycle processes in DoD acquisition, including joint requirements definition and analysis; human systems integration and human capital initiatives; budget and financial management; and overarching systemic DoD policy, guidance, and direction.
From there it will determine through simulation and human systems integration and modeling if new technology can be integrated into the squad equipment set to make it more effective and more reliable in future versions.
CHIPS: CHIPS published an article about the Composeable FORCEnet Human Systems Integration (CFnHSI) Laboratory (http://www.
But replacing people with technology is harder than it sounds, said Gregory Maxwell, director of human systems integration at the Naval Sea Systems Command.
GAO assessed (1) the Navy's use of human systems integration principles and goals for reducing crew size, and (2) the factors that may impede the Navy's use of those principles.