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Acquisitions Reform: DOD Should Streamline Its Decision-Making Process for Weapon Systems to Reduce Inefficiencies
Michael J. Sullivan (au)
The Department of Defense (DOD) has repeatedly delivered the most capable weapon systems in the world, but with consistent schedule delays and at significant cost to taxpayers. One factor in this inefficient process is the significant time and effort required to complete information requirements before an acquisition program can proceed through a milestone to the next phase in the weapon system acquisition process. DOD has long sought to improve the efficiency of this process. This report examines (1) the effort and value involved in the preparation for a milestone decision; (2) factors that influence the time needed to complete the milestone decision process; and (3) alternative processes used by some DOD programs and leading commercial firms. Figures. This is a print on demand report.
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