RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT BRANCH: OUTLINE OF PROGRAM (BUREAU DE RECHERCHE ET DEVELOPPEMENT: SOMMAIRE DU PROGRAMME)

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Chief of Research and Development, Ottawa ONT (CAN)
Abstract
The Research and Development program of the Department of National Defence is the responsibility of the Chief, Research and Development (CRAD) Branch. The program is delivered through a mixture of industrial and university contracting, collaborative activities with other government research agencies, and in-house activities at one of the five Defence Research Establishments. A description of the Defence Research Establishments, their areas of expertise, and point of contact are located in the following pages. The program is divided into five components, addressing the R&D needs of the Navy (Client Group (CG) 1), Army (CG 2), Air Force (CG 3), Command, Control, and Information Systems (CG.5), and Human Performance (CG 6). Each CG program is divided into Thrusts, which address the needs of the military capability areas, and further subdivided into Projects. The document contains a summary of each CG R&D program detailing the requirements and capability areas, and objectives of the current Thrusts and Projects.
Date of publication
01 Jun 1996
Number of Pages
220
DSTKIM No
97-02701
CANDIS No
502982
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Hardcopy;Document Image stored on Optical Disk

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