Data availability can range from provided-at-the-start of the project, to hunt for computerized sources, to hunt for paper sources, to create questionnaires for human sources, to just plain not available. Sometimes data collection is not a significant part of a project and sometimes it is a major issue in conducting the project.
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|1978||Milliken & Co. Fashion Fabrics||Define how to enter the dress business.|
|1979||Milliken & Co. Carpets||Develop just-in-time scheduling for inventory control.|
|1983||Milliken & Co. Carpets||Develop customer financial-support analyses.|
|1983||Milliken & Co. Carpets||Develop marketing and sales forecasts.|
|1983||Milliken & Co. Carpets||Lead the Information Management Task Force.|
|1990||Future Battle Lab||Evaluate the use of SIMNET in WAREX 3-90.|
|1990||NAVAIR Systems Command||Analyze UAV cost and training effectiveness.|
|1994||US Coast Guard||Conduct OPA 90 analyses.|
|1998||US Forces Japan||Recommend a statement of work for US Forces Japan Construction Management procurement.|
|2000||Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)||Make recommendations on FBI staffing.|
|2001||Defense Modeling and Simulation Office (DMSO)||Specify the architecture and create an OOTW Toolbox.|
|2001||US Army Medical Research and Material Command (MRMC) Telemedicine and Advanced Technology Research Center (TATRC)||Advise on portable computerized medical records for soldiers.|
|2012||TRAC||Create a the IW metric ontology 2 from the total ontology.|
|2014||Hartley Consulting||Create an IW ontology GUI for the IW metric ontology 2.|
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Solving Complex Operational and Organizational Problems
Dr. Dean S. Hartley III, Principal