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Military Readiness: DoD Needs to Strengthen Management and Oversight of the Defense Readiness Reporting System
Sharon L. Pickup (au); Randolph C. Hite (au)
The Dept. of Defense (DOD) reports data about the operational readiness of its forces. In 1999, Congress directed DOD to create a comprehensive readiness system with timely, objective, and accurate data. In response, DOD started to develop the Defense Readiness Reporting System (DRRS). After 7 years, DOD has incrementally fielded some capabilities, and, through FY 2008, reported obligating about $96.5 million. This report reviews the program including the extent that DOD has (1) effectively managed and overseen DRRS acquisition and deployment and (2) implemented features of DRRS consistent with legislative requirements and DOD guidance. This report compared DRRS acquisition disciplines, such as requirements development, test management, and DRRS oversight activities, to DOD and related guidance, and reviewed the systemís current and intended capabilities relative to legislative requirements and DOD guidance. It did not evaluate DODís overall ability to assess force readiness or the extent that readiness data reflects capabilities, vulnerabilities, or performance issues. Includes recommendations. Figures.
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