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Military Readiness: Navy is Making Progress Implementing its Fleet Response Plan, but Has Not Fully Developed Goals, Measures, and Resource Needs
Janet A. St. Laurent (au)
The Navy initiated its Fleet Response Plan (FRP) in March 2003 to meet the new demands of the 21st cent. security environ. FRP is intended to more rapidly prepare & then sustain readiness in ships & squadrons. This new readiness approach will enable its forces to provide engagement in forward areas, as well as surge a greater number of ships on short notice. This goal can be achieved without increasing its operations & maint. budget of $40 billion for each of the next 5 years. But, the Navy had not incorp. a mgmt. approach to guide & assess implementation of FRP, This report examines the extent to which the Navy has: made progress in implementing a sound mgmt. approach for FRP; & evaluated the long-term risks & tradeoffs of FRP-related changes.
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