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Weapons Acquisition Reform: Reform Act Is Helping DOD Acquisition Progrms Reduce Risk, but Implementation Challenges Remain
Michael J. Sullivan (au)
For the past 3 years, the Department of Defense (DOD) has been implementing the Reform Act requirements which are aimed at helping weapon acquisition programs establish a solid foundation from the start. This helps to prevent cost growth, thus helping the Defense dollar go further. This is the third in a series of reports on the Reform Act. It determines (1) DODäó»s progress in implementing Reform Act provisions; (2) the impact the Reform Act has had on specific acquisition programs; and (3) challenges remaining. To do this, the report analyzed documents and interviewed officials from the four Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD offices created as a result of the Reform Act, other DOD offices, the military services, and 11 weapon acquisition programs chosen as case studies. Case study programs were selected based on their development status and interaction with the four OSD offices. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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