Distributed authority often produces unexpected stakeholder conflict because tasks may have
The Distributed Governance Analysis (DGA) technique is designed to make the agreements that produce tasks operational and, if those agreements are not sufficient, to extend them.
Using DGA, we can define task-level agreements between two or more organizations that can manage joint dependencies. This technique permits program managers, system implementers, and users engaged in systems of systems to specify a roles and responsibilities matrix that details
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