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Defense Inventory: Actions Underway to Implement Plan, but Steps Needed to Enhance Efforts
Zina Dache Merritt (au)
Supply chain management has been identified as a high-risk area due in part to ineffective and inefficient inventory management practices that have caused the Dept. of Defense (DOD) to accumulate billions of dollars worth of unneeded inventory. DOD reported that as of Sept. 2010 it had $8.4 billion worth of on-hand excess inventory, categorized for potential reuse or disposal, and $940 million worth of on-order excess inventory, already purchased but likely to be excess due to changes in requirements. This report assessed DODäó»s implementation of the Comprehensive Inventory Management Improvement Plan (Plan) DOD submitted to Congress. The objectives were to determine the extent to which DOD has (1) established and achieved targets for reducing excess inventory in the Plan, (2) made progress in implementing the overall Plan, (3) metrics to track progress in improving inventory management, and (4) identified and realized any cost savings or avoidance. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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Japanese Experience: A Short History of Japan
Wordsworth Dictionary of the American West
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