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Defense Acquisitions: Production and Fielding of Missile Defense Components Continue with Less Testing and Validation Than Planned
Paul Francis (au)
The Missile Defense Agency (MDA) has spent about $56 billion and will spend about $50 billion more through 2013 to develop a Ballistic Missile Defense System (BMDS). This report assesses the annual progress MDA made in developing the BMDS as well as improvements in accountability and transparency in agency operations, and management processes. To accomplish this, Francis reviewed contractor cost, schedule, and performance; tests completed; and the assets fielded during 2008. He also reviewed pertinent sections of the acquisition policy, and the activities of the new Missile Defense Exec. Board. Includes the effect the cancellation of a Ground-based Midcourse Defense flight test had on BMDS development. Includes recommend. Ill.
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