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Defense Intelligence: Additional Steps Could Better Integrate Intelligence Input into DODäó»s Acquisition of Major Weapon Systems
Joseph W. Kirschbaum (au)
The Department of Defense (DOD) has reported that it expects to invest $1.6 trillion on acquiring 80 major defense acquisition programs, many of which depend on intelligence input both during the acquisition process and to effectively perform missions once deployed. The complexity of advanced weapon systems, such as the F-35, is creating increasing demand for intelligence mission data -- such as radar signatures -- for sensors and processes supporting warfighters. This report evaluates, for major defense acquisition programs, the extent to which DOD has (1) processes and procedures for certifying and training personnel providing intelligence input into acquisition programs; (2) efforts to improve processes and procedures for integrating intelligence into its acquisitions; and (3) efforts to develop tools to integrate intelligence into its acquisitions. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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