Contract notice: Study technical and operational architecture of global operations armed networks (eto agora) Technical and operational studies (Eto) are used to optimize for future systems or changes to existing systems, operational characteristics, technical specifications and associated costs.
What does OA stand for?
OA stands for Operational Architecture
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- Online Advertising
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- Open Access
- Open Agility (AKC title)
- Open Architecture
- Opera America
- Operability Analysis
- Operating Agency
- Operating Agent
- Operating Authorization
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A good outcome of Cancun will be an operational architecture on climate change.
A good outcome of Cancun will be an operational architecture on climate change," he said.
AIMD leads the development of operational architectures for warfighting concepts and capabilities.
The operational architecture maps the physical architecture and its resources to the system functions in a manner suitable for quantitative analysis within a discrete-event simulation or other suitable simulation or analytical modeling tool (McCarthy C.
Ultimately, DoD Architecture Framework products developed for AMLID will be fed back to the Marine Corps' Logistics Operational Architecture and the Army Integrated Logistics Architecture to assist in the further development of common data standards and associated architectures that will facilitate logistics net-centricity and fully integrated Army and Marine Corps operations.
He postulates the causes of failed interoperability and derives a checklist for organization self-evaluation, defines best practices, reviews the people and processes that are required to support operational architecture, describes the IT and communications systems architecture that support interoperability, presents an example of a interoperability plan driven by local requirements couched in a hypothetical common national or multinational information-sharing framework, and examines emerging technologies that can aid in overcoming human deficiencies in interoperability.