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Maximizing DoDís Potential to Face New Fiscal Challenges and Strengthen Interagency Partnerships
Maximizing DoD’s Potential to Face New Fiscal Chal

 
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By Gene L. Dodaro (au)
Year: 2010
Pages: 23
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 1437927033

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This speech was given by the Acting Comptroller General before the National Defense University in Wash., D.C. on Jan. 6, 2010. It focuses on the Dept. of Defense (DOD) and the challenges it faces given the national government's current long term unsustainable fiscal path and ongoing U.S. commitments in Iraq and Afghanistan. DOD can take steps to better position itself for the future and maximize the use of taxpayer dollars, particularly by improving its business operations. Additionally, this speech discusses how DOD can work more collaboratively with other national security agencies, such as State and Agency for International Development (USAID), to build the strong partnerships needed to adapt to the changing complexities of the national security environment. DOD is facing a number of internal fiscal pressures as it tries to support ongoing operations, rebuild readiness, and prepare for the future. To succeed in this era of fiscal constraint, new ways of thinking, constructive change, and basic reforms are essential. Everything must be on the table and subject to scrutiny. This includes the stove-piped approaches to planning and budgeting that have typically led to a mismatch between programs and budgets. It is also time to rethink and act decisively to rectify inefficient ways of doing business that undermine support for the troops on the battlefield. DOD is second to none in warfighting capabilities; but it is a very different story when it comes to issues of economy, efficiency, and accountability on the Department's business side. By taking decisive action now, DOD can avoid a range of unintended consequences and less than optimal performance in the future. Figures.

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