New Agility & Accountability Awards
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Recognizes those who have accelerated development, adoption and/or delivery of a capability more rapidly than normally achieved through traditional acquisition processes.
Highlights achievements in the development, adoption, and/or delivery of new or improved hardware, software, or tool(s) that improved the effectiveness or overall mission readiness of the organization (Including, but not limited to: Autonomy, Cybersecurity, Electronic Warfare, Directed Energy, Artificial Intelligence, Hypersonics).
Recognizes contributions that eliminated, waived, modified, or replaced unnecessary barriers to significantly improve organizational performance, efficiency, or cost savings. (Including, but not limited to: streamlining, developing, or canceling policy or outdated guidance).
Recognizes achievements in the capture, management, analysis, and use of data to significantly improve organizational performance, operational readiness, or decision making.
Identifies and/or implements innovative approaches to solving warfighting applications. Emphasis should be placed on how the new approaches are being used to improve performance, support decision making, provide meaningful insight to existing processes, or change how the DON is conducting business.
Highlights Naval leaders who inspire innovation within their organization and who directly support the pioneering work of others. This can be done by creating an environment that fosters original thinking, removes unnecessary barriers, empowers others, embraces accountability and appropriate risk, and demonstrates a commitment to innovation.
Distinguishes written achievements by DON Service Members or Civilians, published in a publication or an academic thesis/dissertation. Nominations should include top authored works focused on Agile, Accountable, and Innovative concepts with an emphasis on their integration into the DON. A copy of the composed product must be submitted with the nomination as writing and analytical quality will be considered.
The Department of the Navy’s Office of the Chief Management Officer (OCMO) is the responsible organization for this program. The Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Research, Development, and Acquisition) will support OCMO in the administration of the A3P. Further guidance will be provided in separate correspondence and through this Agility & Accountability Awards Webpage.
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