The next meeting of the Industrial Committee on Test and Evaluation (ICOTE) is May 15 in conjunction with the 33rd Annual Test and Evaluation Conference.
Join Mike Rabens, Northrop Grumman, Hon. Robert F. Behler, Director, Operational Test & Evaluation, Office of the Secretary of Defense and other ICOTE members to discuss the impacts on T&E of the rapid evolution of Defense systems and technology.
The May ICOTE meeting will address:
- Directions and priorities of T&E leadership aligned with National Security and Defense strategies.
- How T&E is impacted by emerging technologies in acquisition programs.
- Use of digital engineering and its influence on DT&E and OT&E.
ICOTE provides a forum for the senior test and evaluation representatives from the Defense Department and senior executives of representative U.S. defense manufacturers to review issues of common interest and concerns. Participation is by members only. Read more.
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