MANPRINT

AcronymDefinition
MANPRINTManpower & Personnel Integration
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Because the terms habitability and survivability generated a small quantity of words, they were grouped together with Human Factors Engineering (HFE), along with the terms HSI and MANPRINT, thus the data included HFE/Hab/Surv word percentages.
This research was primarily supported by the Army's HSI office (formerly MANPRINT) and Dr.
Army MANPRINT. Retrieved from http://www.dtic.mil/ndia/2008maneuver/Drillings.pdf
(MANPRINT, or Manpower and Personnel Integration, is the Army's term for the implementation of HSI.) HSI policy information is shared among the Services through the Joint HSI Working Group (2012), which provides a venue for inter-Service collaboration to support DoD HSI initiatives.
The Human Viewpoint supports the Army MANPRINT program's goals of optimizing total systems performance, reducing life-cycle costs, and minimizing risk of soldier loss or injury by ensuring a systematic consideration of the impact of the materiel design on soldiers throughout the acquisition process (Department of the Army, 2001).
Booher (Ed.), MANPRINT: An approach to systems integration (pp.
Software reliability, safety, hardware maintainability/reliability and manprint have made dramatic progress.
Points of contact for program managers; relevant regulations; policy letters from the Army Acquisition Executive; briefings on the MANPRINT program.
Points of contact for program managers: relevant regulations; policy letters from the Army Acquisition Executive; briefings on the MANPRINT program.