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Defense Inventory: Services Generally Have Reduced Excess Inventory, but Additional Actions Are Needed
Zina D. Merritt (au)
The Army, Navy, and Air Force are responsible for about $78 billion of the Department of Defenseäó»s (DODäó»s) $98 billion in secondary item inventory, such as spare parts needed to maintain military equipment. GAO identified DOD supply chain management as a high-risk area due in part to ineffective and inefficient inventory management practices that have contributed to high levels of excess inventory. DOD established goals to reduce the percentages of both on-hand and on-order excess inventory. This report assessed the extent to which the services have reduced on-hand and on-order excess inventory consistent with DOD goals; balanced the timely availability of spare parts with supply chain costs in their inventory management metrics; and implemented and monitored key improvement efforts. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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