ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY Statement of Work Exhibit A United States Army Medical Research Acquisition Activity Contract Number: W81XWH-11-2-0171 Virtual Civilian Aeromedical Evacuation Sustainment Training Project (V-CAEST) The work done by Arizona State University (ASU), with Dr. Scotty Craig as Principal Investigator, for the above-referenced project at the University of Memphis (UM) will involve the following tasks related to the Statement of Work for ASU during the period August, 2012 through August, 2013. Regular activities o Participate on the Project Leadership Team (PLT). The Project Leadership Team will meet monthly, in person or via videoconference, and is responsible for operational and programmatic issues including, but not limited to: project planning, administration, monitoring, and reporting for the project as detailed in the project narrative. o Assist with the development of the quarterly report, as required. o Review Quarterly report (prepared by UM Co-PIs) Work associated with tasks o Work with personnel at the UM, and the Medical Education and Research Institute (MERI) and Wright State University, the other Subawardees on the project, as required in response to knowledge engineering, content development, and evaluation of the VCAEST system. o Advise on creation of beta scenarios and Iterative usability and reliability testing (March 2012 Aug. 2012): Working with learning scientists and software engineers at the UM. Assist in assembling expert groups, as needed, for orchestrating checkpoint interactions with military aeromedical evacuation personnel who previously provided input into the initial curriculum design. WSU personnel will be responsible for coordinating participation by military personnel. o Advise on design and implementation of final assessment for VCAEST project.
|Effective start/end date||8/1/12 → 12/31/14|
- DOD-ARMY: Army Medical Research Acquisition Activity (USAMRAA) : $63,044.00
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