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Army Networks: Select Programs Are Utilizing Competition to Varying Degrees
Belva M. Martin (au)
For nearly 20 years, the Army has had limited success in developing an information network -- sensors, software, and radios -- to give soldiers the exact information they need, when they need it, in any environment. The Army has declared its tactical network as its top modernization priority and estimated the modernization may cost up to $3 billion per year into the foreseeable future. The Army's current modernization approach is intended to leverage solutions developed by private industry. Given the costs and importance of the network, Congress asked GAO to examine aspects of the Army's effort to acquire network capabilities. This report examines the Army's progress in implementing competitive strategies for tactical networking systems. This is a print on demand report.
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