This paper discusses a framework for evaluating the effectiveness of technology gaming and other methods used to guide decisions relating to investment of Department of Defense research-and-development resources. The author suggests that technology gaming may be uniquely suited to characterizing defense systems, military operations, and the national security environment for the time frame 10-30 years into the future.
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