In developing the Defense Acquisitions Research Collaboration & Innovation Environment (DARCIE), AIRC Chief Scientist Dr. Philip S. Anton and Co-Principal Investigators Dr. Laura Freeman and Dr. Maegen Nix aim to establish a foundation for digital acquisition innovation through the development of a shared data science environment.

“This is an opportunity to establish a digital environment with centralized data,” said Dr. Nix. “It’s a place where multiple researchers can do independent analyses with privacy and the potential to develop toolsets for automation, reporting, analyzing data more quickly and effectively, and sharing.”

Read about their findings in the article below and visit the AIRC website to view their presentation and explore further research on acquisition innovation.

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