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Effects of Weapons Procurement Stretch-Outs on Costs and Schedules
R. William Thomas (au); Edward M. Gramlich (pf)
Despite significant efforts to reform the acquisition process, problems with buying weapons systems continue. This report, prepared in 1987 by the Congressional Budget Office, at the request of the Senate Committee on Armed Services, focuses specifically on the pace of weapons production. Stretching out the process of acquiring new weapons not only adds to program costs but also limits efforts to equip U.S. forces with modern weapons. The report examines alternative procurement policies that would permit higher production rates while recognizing overall fiscal constraints on the defense budget. The report makes no recommendations. Charts & tables.
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