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Concurrent Weapons Development and Production
G. Wayne Glass (au); James L. Blum (pf)
Overlaps in the development & production of major weapons systems, called “concurrency,” have been a topic of sustained debate in the weapons acquisition community. Many ascribe the problems experienced by the B-1B bomber to concurrency in its development & production. The failure of the Army’s Div. Air Defense gun system to perform successfully was the result of excessive concurrency. Although concurrency involves risks, it can achieve significant savings & minimize the time required for acquisition. This study analyzes the effectiveness of concurrency in selected major weapons programs during the 1970s. The study also traces the recent history of the use of concurrency & outlines relevant legislation, policies, & regulations. Charts & tables.
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