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Specialty Metals: DOD Dissemination of National Security Waiver Information Could Enhance Awareness and Compliance with Restrictions
Marie A. Mak (au)
Specialty metals -- such as titanium, certain steel alloys, and samarium-cobalt alloy magnets -- are essential to Department of Defense (DOD) weapon systems due to their unique properties, such as being highly durable. Federal statute requires specialty metals used in weapon systems to be procured from domestic sources or qualifying countries. However, the law allows DOD to waive this requirement in the interest of national security. This report reviewed DOD's compliance with specialty metals requirements. It assesses (1) how DOD meets its needs for specialty metals parts and ensures compliance with restrictions; and (2) DOD's process for providing national security waivers for specialty metal procurements and the extent to which it disseminates waiver information throughout the department. Tables. This is a print on demand report.
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