QDR, Other Agency Reviews Contribute To National Security Strategy Overhaul

Malenic, Marina
August 2009
Defense Daily;8/7/2009, Vol. 243 Issue 27, p1
Market Research Report
The article reports that in the wake of the U.S. Department of Defense's in-depth examination of programs known as the Quadrennial Defense Review (QDR), several U.S. agencies are conducting parallel reviews of their own organizations. As stated, this review will feed into a reformulation of national security strategy. It is claimed that this QDR is highly inclusive in nature in comparison with the earlier one's. Several agencies like the Senate Armed Services Committee is conducting them.


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