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Defense Acquisitions: Progress Made in Fielding Missile Defense, but Program is Short of Meeting Goals
Paul Francis (au)
By law, there is an annual assessment of the Missile Defense Agency’s (MDA) progress in developing and fielding a Ballistic Missile Defense System (BMDS). Funded at $8 billion to nearly $10 billion per year, it is the largest R&D program in the DoD. The program has been managed in two-year increments, known as blocks. Block 2006, the second BMDS block, was completed in Dec. 2007. This report assessed MDA’s progress in: (1) meeting Block 2006 goals for fielding assets, completing work within estimated cost, conducting tests, and demonstrating the performance of the overall system in the field; and (2) making managerial improvements to transparency, accountability, and oversight. Includes recommendations. Charts and tables.
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