Industry, Congress, military officials say further acquisition reform is needed but disagree on how it should be accomplished

Kreisher, Otto
June 2005
Sea Power;Jun2005, Vol. 48 Issue 6, p18
Focuses on the acquisition reforms and procurement process in the U.S. Armed Forces. Problems encountered in the acquisition reforms in 1990; Effort of the Department of Defense and Congressional officials to bolster the acquisition work force and tighten procurement rules; Causes of problems in defense acquisition reforms.


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