RDTE

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RDTEResearch, Development, Test, & Evaluation
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Additional RDTE NCO responsibilities include preparing test site operations, acquiring resources, supervising enlisted personnel, ensuring test equipment accountability, coordinating with external agencies, assisting in meeting requirements, and functioning as a unit controller during execution events to ensure player units follow scenario requirements.
To join OTC as an operational test officer, an ORSA, or an RDTE NCO, military members can contact their branch managers and civilians can inquire online through www.cpol.
But given the pressure placed on current and future defense budgets, the committee is concerned about the use of operation and maintenance funds to pay significantly higher costs for biofuels being used for RDTE efforts.
For intramural RDTE research involving greater than minimal risk, and some other research projects, information about research subjects is entered into a volunteer registry database.
E-Rate $M Variable O&M 50 Yes RDTE 15 No MILCON 35 No Total 100 Initial Budget $100M Budget Cut $5M Specified Rate 5 / 100 = 5% Effective Rate 5 / 50 = 10%
at 1532 (appropriating $7.670 billion for Army research, development, test, and evaluation (RDTE)).
To mitigate this lack of funds to handle emergent requirements, we requested RDTE funding through the Office of Naval Research's Rapid Technical Transition (RTT) process, to begin integrating AIS information into the Global Command and Control System (GCCS) family of systems.
We considered our integrated AIS capability, developed using the RTT RDTE based on rapid requirements creep, to be an 80 percent solution for the fleet.
Often, however, available research, development, test, and evaluation (RDTE) funds are limited prior to system demonstration and development.