TITLE

Cobra Judy Making Recovery After Schedule Slip, Cost Increase

AUTHOR(S)
Fein, Geoff
PUB. DATE
August 2007
SOURCE
Defense Daily;8/30/2007, Vol. 235 Issue 43, p2
SOURCE TYPE
Market Research Report
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article reports that in the year since the U.S. Navy began to recognize problems with the Cobra Judy Replacement radar program, the service has improved the way it tracks risks, renegotiated the contract with industry partners, and worked hard to keep cost growth from spiraling upward, said Anne Sandel, Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Integrated Warfare Systems (DASN IWS). Additionally, although the Cobra Judy has undergone a schedule realignment, slipping several months, it will still deliver in the 2012 time frame.
ACCESSION #
26761877

 

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