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What does DAEX stand for?

DAEX stands for Defense Acquisition Executive

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  • Military and Government

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The Defense Acquisition Executive Certificate of Achievement - second in prestige only to the Packard Award * a Project and Product Manager of the Year award, With the award of three domains, and lead by our local Edgewood office, in place for over 9 years, Camber continues our reputation as a premier service provider to the JPEO-CBD and its subordinate organizations in all phases of the acquisition life cycle from requirements generation to training and logistics, and ending in operations, sustainment, and eventually demilitarization.
An Acquisition Category I (ACAT I) Major Defense Acquisition Program (MDAP), requiring oversight by the Defense Acquisition Executive (DAE) or DoD Component Acquisition Executive (CAE), if so delegated, is a program that is expected to require in excess of $365 million of Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation (RDT&E) funds and/or $2.
On March 8, 2005, the Defense Acquisition Executive, Michael Wynne, appointed Dennis Bauman the first Joint Program Executive Officer with full directive authority over all waveform, radio, and common ancillary equipment development in the JTRS program.
A team from the Product Manager, Defense Message System-Army was one of five Army teams that received the Defense Acquisition Executive Certificate of Achievement--the highest-level acquisition award presented to Army organizations for 2002--at the Acquisition Senior Leaders' Conference in Seattle, Wash.
Key Organizational Changes Here, briefly, is what the Section 814 Study found to be the most significant organizational changes over the past 25 years in the DoD acquisition structures: * The establishment in the mid-1980s of what is now the position of the under secretary of defense for acquisition, technology and logistics, also known as the defense acquisition executive.