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Missile Defense: Opportunity Exists to Strengthen Acquisitions by Reducing Concurrency
Cristina T. Chaplain (au)
The Missile Defense Agency (MDA) has spent more than $80 billion since its initiation in 2002 and plans to spend $44 billion more by 2016 to develop, produce, and field a complex integrated system of land-, sea-, and space-based sensors, interceptors, and battle management, known as the BMDS. This report assesses that progress in fiscal year 2011. To do this, the report examined the accomplishments of the BMDS elements and supporting efforts and reviewed individual element responses to GAO data collection instruments. The report also reviewed pertinent Department of Defense (DOD) policies and reports, and interviewed a wide range of DOD, MDA, and BMDS officials. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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