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Please check your manuscript for these items to avoid publishing delays and expenditures for the International Test and Evaluation Association. For complete information see The ITEA Journal of Test and Evaluation Manuscript Guidelines below.
Thank you for considering The ITEA Journal of Test and Evaluation for your work. Please use these guidelines to facilitate publication of your article.
The International Test and Evaluation Association (ITEA) invites both members and nonmembers to submit manuscripts to the editor for publication in The ITEA Journal of Test and Evaluation. Papers within the full range of subjects of interest to the test and evaluation community are welcome. Submission of a paper will be taken to imply that it represents some original work not previously published. All papers are reviewed for originality, depth of treatment, significance, organization, interest, and clarity before acceptance for publication. Papers must be objective and completely free of advertising and commercialism. Avoid use of company and product names if possible.
The author is responsible for submitting original work and for the accuracy of all material provided. It is the author’s responsibility to inform ITEA if an article has been published previously or is being considered by another publication. ITEA reserves the right to copyright all published material. This does not prevent an author from republishing the material, provided proper copyright credit is given to The ITEA Journal of Test and Evaluation. A copyright agreement (http://itea.org/images/pdf/publications/copyrightagreement.pdf) is required from the authors of an article prior to ITEA review and editing of the article for publication. An exception to this copyright procedure is the case of articles authored by government officials on government time; such articles are not subject to U.S. copyright protection. However, the Authorization to Publish and Copyright Form must still be certified by the government author in Part B of the form.
Responsibility for government or employer clearance of articles, if required, lies with the author, prior to submission to The ITEA Journal of Test and Evaluation. A copy of the clearance statement should be furnished with the article.
PREPARATION OF PAPERS
In-text References. The ITEA Journal of Test and Evaluation uses the author-date system as described in The Chicago Manual of Style. Follow these examples:
Dunar, A. J., and S. P. Waring. 1999. Power to explore: A history of Marshall Space Flight Center,
1960–1990. NASA SP-4313. Washington, D.C.: NASA History Office.
Kamrany, Nake M., and Richard H. Day, eds. 1980. Economic issues of the eighties. Baltimore: Johns
Hopkins University Press.
Article in book:
Wiese, Andrew. 2006. “The house I live in”: Race, class, and African American suburban dreams in the postwar United States. In The new suburban history, ed. Kevin M. Kruse and Thomas J. Sugrue, 99–119. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Boehm, B. D., and W. J. Hansen. 2001. The spiral model as a tool for evolutionary acquisitions. Crosstalk: The Journal of Defense Software Engineering 14 (5): 4–10.
Johnsen, Frederick A. 2008. Testing on the fly: World War I field combat expedients that kept aircraft in combat. The ITEA Journal 29 (2):132–134.
U.S. Congress. House of Representatives. Committee on Public Law 81-415. 1949b. The Unitary Wind Tunnel Plan Act of 1949 and the Air Engineering Development Act of 1949. 81st Cong., First Session. H. Rep. 1451.
Ahmed, Khalil M., Nagwa M. El-Makky, and Yousry Taha. 1998. Effective data mining: A data warehouse-backboned architecture. In Proceedings CASCON ’98 Conference, November 30–December 3, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, ed. A. H. Brush and G. A. Clark, 34–46. Armonk, NY: IBM Press.
Chambers, B. June 2002. The grid roofnet: A rooftop ad hoc wireless network. Master’s thesis, MIT.
Johnsen, Frederick A. In press. Testing on the fly: World War I field combat expedients that kept aircraft in combat. The ITEA Journal.
DISA Chief Technology Officer (CTO). January 2007. Concept of operations (CONOPS) for a federated development and certification environment to deploy net-centric capabilities to the Global Information Grid. Draft, version 2.0.
Kass, R. A. 2006. The logic of warfighting experiments. Washington, D.C.: Command and Control Research Program (CCRP) of the Assistant Secretary of Defense and Information Integration (ASD/NII). http://www.dodccrp.org (accessed June 10, 2008).
VITA. 2008. VPX and REDI specifications. Fountain Hills, Arizona:
VITA. http://www.vita.com (accessed June 6, 2008).
The ITEA Journal of Test and Evaluation uses endnotes rather than footnotes. The chief differences between an endnote and a bibliographic entry are that, in an endnote, the author’s name is not reversed as it is in an alphabetically arranged bibliography, and punctuation between author’s name, title of the work, and facts of publication consists of commas and parentheses rather than periods, as in these examples:
Please Note: References containing incomplete endnote or bibliographic information will be referred back to the author for completion or edited out of manuscript.
Following publication, two complimentary copies of The ITEA Journal of Test and Evaluation issue that contains the manuscript are sent to the author. Authors are asked to provide an email address and a mailing address with manuscript submission. Manuscripts sent by disk and accepted for publication, including all associated artwork and/or illustrations, will not be returned unless specifically requested by the author. If returned, manuscripts and artwork will be in the condition that may have been altered due to the work of the editor and printer.
All material submitted for publication should be sent to: