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Warfighter Support: Army Has Taken Steps to Improve Reset Process, but More Complete Reporting of Equipment and Future Costs Is Needed
Cary B. Russell (au)
From 2007 to 2012, the Army received about $42 billion to fund its expenses for the reset of equipment äóî including more than $21 billion for depot maintenance äóî in support of continuing overseas contingency operations in Southwest Asia. Reset is intended to mitigate the effects of combat stress on equipment by repairing, rebuilding, upgrading, or procuring replacement equipment. Reset equipment is used to supply non-deployed units and units preparing for deployment while meeting ongoing operational requirements. In 2007, GAO reported that the Armyäó»s reset strategy did not target equipment shortages for units deploying to theater. This report (1) examined steps the Army has taken to improve its equipment reset strategy since 2007, and (2) determined the extent to which the Armyäó»s reset reports to Congress provide visibility over reset costs and execution. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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