LT GEN Thomas R. Ferguson, Jr., Systems Engineering Excellence Award

This award is given to both an individual and a group (team) who demonstrate outstanding achievement in any of the following ways:

  1. Practical application of systems engineering principles,
  2. Promotion of robust systems engineering principles throughout the organization, or
  3. Effective systems engineering process development during the previous year.

The nominee's systems engineering contributions should have demonstrably helped achieve significant cost savings due to new or enhanced processes, procedures, and/or concepts, increased mission capabilities, and substantially increased performance.

The National Defense Industrial Association's Systems Engineering Excellence Awards were established in 2003 to honor the memory of Lt Gen Thomas R. Ferguson, Jr., USAF, whose leadership embodied the highest ideals in the development and deployment of defense systems.




Criteria:

The award is given to an individual and to a group demonstrating outstanding achievement in the practical application of Systems Engineering principles, promotion of robust systems engineering principles throughout the organization, or effective systems engineering process development. Their systems engineering contributions should have demonstrably helped achieve significant cost savings due to new or enhanced processes procedures and/or concepts, increased mission capabilities, or substantially increased performance.

27th Annual Systems & Mission Engineering Conference