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The Defense Acquisition University trained 18 Soldiers, Department of Defense civilians, and contractors at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait, through the first Intermediate Systems Acquisition Course to be held in Southwest Asia.
Level II training was revised and now consists of the online portion of the Intermediate Systems Acquisition Course (ACQ 201 A), STM 202, and a continuous learning module on technology readiness assessments.
At DSMC, he has written, revised, and developed instructional modules for the intermediate systems acquisition course and electronic modules for the Level 100 Contracting course, which are both integrating into DSMC's new e-learning architecture.
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