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Federal Government Leaders to Learn About Design of Experiments

The first in the Government Communities in Collaboration Breakfast series is tomorrow at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C.

The series is designed specifically for leaders in federal government agencies to learn how to:

  • Increase efficiency with smaller budgets.
  • Exceed objectives under increased resource constraints through process improvement.
  • Save time and resources through enriched use of the acquisition life cycle.

  • The key business topic for February is design of experiments.

    Attendees will learn about the use of several new types of DOE methods on both real and simulation experimental data. The presentation will be based on unclassified briefs by the speaker at recent Military Operations Research Society Symposiums. The featured solutions will illustrate the benefits of using a sequential approach to ensure that the desired answer is achieved in a minimum number of trials.

    The topic for the government leaders breakfast meeting in March will be data modeling and data visualization to understand complex programs. The meeting is scheduled for March 24, during SAS Global Forum. Look for more info here and elsewhere on the JMP Web site on that upcoming event.

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