'3:15' -- A Roadmap for Reducing Cost

Jabaley, Michael
June 2011
U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;Jun2011, Vol. 137 Issue 6, p25
Conference Proceeding
The article discusses the Virginia-class program, a cost-reduction effort on operating and support (O&S) costs. It states that the Virginia class has become a model for program for reduction and controlling the cost as the program ensure the O&S costs would not increase. It also states that the U.S. Navy chartered a reduction of total ownership cost (RTOC) pilot program for reducing acquisition cost.


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