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Navy Shipbuilding: Opportunities Exist to Improve Practices Affecting Quality
Michele Mackin (au)
The Navy expects to spend about $15 billion per year to provide its fleet with the most advanced ships to support national defense and military strategies. Problems with recently delivered ships have focused attention on quality issues. House Report No. 112-110, accompanying the Department of Defense (DOD) Appropriations Bill, 2012, mandated this review of the Navy's quality assurance processes for new ship construction. This report discusses, among other issues, (1) quality problems in constructing recently delivered ships and Navy actions to improve quality; and (2) key practices employed by leading commercial ship buyers and shipbuilders to ensure quality and how these compared with Navy practices. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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