Strategic Planning

Army Research Laboratory Research Management & Leadership Strategy

Army Research Laboratory Research Management & Leadership Strategy

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The U.S. Army Research Laboratory (ARL) has developed a new strategic framework for how it will conduct defense research within a rapidly evolving global environment. This Research Management and Leadership Strategy (RMLS) provides the high level vision of how ARL plans to manage its resources, positioning ARL to develop as the Nation's premier laboratory for land forces, while fulfilling its mission in the most efficient and effective manner possible. Four focus areas in this framework guide the management and leadership of the laboratory: People First, Open Campus, Technical Strategy and Business Acumen.

 

Army Research Laboratory Technical Strategy 2015-2035

Army Research Laboratory Technical Strategy 2015-2035

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The Army Research Laboratory (ARL) has developed an overarching technical strategy, envisioned to support Strategic Land Power Dominance for the Army of 2030 and beyond, which is based on eight subordinate S&T campaigns; namely, Extramural Basic Research, Computational Sciences, Materials Research, Sciences-for-Maneuver, Information Sciences, Sciences-for-Lethality and Protection, Human Sciences, and Assessment and Analysis. These subordinate campaigns are structured to foster discovery, innovation, and transition of technologies leading to Power Projection Superiority, Information Supremacy, Lethality and Protection Superiority, and Soldier Performance Augmentation for Strategic Land Power Dominance

 

S&T Campaign Plans 2015 - 2035

S&T Campaign Plans 2015 - 2035

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ARL's S&T Campaign Plans and is an appendix to the Army Research Laboratory Technical Strategy (April 2014). It is intended to provide additional insight into the technical areas that ARL believes are critical to the Army's assured land power dominance into the deep future.

 
 

Last Update / Reviewed: June 30, 2017