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Information Technology: Greater Use of Best Practices Can Reduce Risks in Acquiring Defense Health Care System
Information Technology: Greater Use of Best Practices Can Reduce Risks in Acquiring Defense Health Care System
 
Our Price: $20.00
Year: 2002
Pages: 54
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 0756732042

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Randolph C. Hite & Carl L. Higginbotham. This report reviews the DoDs acquisition of the Composite Health Care System (CHCS) II, an automated medical info. system to be deployed to about 1,100 health facilities at 142 mil. installations worldwide. This report is one in a series examining DoDís use of best practices in acquiring information technology systems. The objectives of this review were to determine: what progress DoD has made against CHCS II project commitments, incl. required system capabilities, expected system benefits, & est. project costs & milestones; whether DoD has economically justified its invest. in the system; & whether DoD has effective tech. & mgmt. controls in place for acquiring the system -- incl.:  require. mgmt., test mgmt., arch. develop. & align., risk mgmt., & contract mgmt.

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