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Defense acquisition reform

Defense acquisition reform

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Published by Congressional Research Service, Library of Congress in [Washington, D.C.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. -- Dept. of Defense -- Procurement,
  • Defense industries -- United States,
  • Defense contracts -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    StatementValerie Bailey Grasso.
    SeriesCRS issue brief -- IB96022g., Major studies and issue briefs of the Congressional Research Service -- 2003, 03-IB-96022g.
    ContributionsLibrary of Congress. Congressional Research Service.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination15 p.
    Number of Pages15
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17745285M
    OCLC/WorldCa56990899

      Defense Acquisition Reform, An Elusive Goal by J. Ronald Fox This link opens in a new window The Development of Modern Government Contract Law . The State of Defense Acquisition Performance of Defense Acquisition System Sep Three Big Ideas for Reforming Acquisition Evidence-Based Propositions for Transformation: Apr Weapon Acquisition Program Outcomes and Efforts to Reform DOD’s Acquisition Process: Complex System Governance for Acquisition: Apr

    Acquisition Reform in the FYFY National Defense Authorization Acts (NDAAs) Congressional Research Service 1 Introduction The Department of Defense (DOD) relies extensively on contractors to equip and support the U.S. military in peacetime and during military operations. Contractors design, develop, and buildFile Size: KB. The Defense Acquisition Guidebook (DAG) is a text developed to aid in the understanding and implementation of United States Department of Defense Acquisition practices under the DoD Directive series.

      Defense Secretary Robert Gates releases a point memorandum for reforming defense acquisition processes, with an increased focus on efficiency and productivity.   Members of Congress have been concerned that DOD's weapons acquisition process is too bureaucratic and slow to deliver innovations to the field. (DOD acquisitions are on our High Risk List.) Recent legislation included reforms to try to speed up the has begun to carry out these reforms, including shifting more oversight decisions from the Office of the Secretary of Defense .


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Defense acquisition reform Download PDF EPUB FB2

Professor Fox’s Defense Acquisition Reform, – An Elusive Goal, provides valuable historical analysis of the numer- ous attempts over the past fifty years to reform the defense acqui- sition process for major weapons systems. Defense acquisition reform initiatives have been Department of Defense perennials over the past fifty years.

Yet reforming the acquisition process remains a high priority each time a new administration comes into by: Defense Acquisition Reform, to An Elusive Goal provides historical and analytical accounts of the defense acquisition process for major weapons systems in order to identify long-term trends, insights, and observations that could provide perspective and context to assist current defense decision makers, acquisition officials, and the acquisition schoolhouse/5(5).

of this acquisition reform study was written by Walton S. Moody and David G. Allen for their draft Volume III (–) of the Defense Acquisition History Project and then edited, analyzed, and augmented by Fox. Similarly, most of chapter three was tak - en from Thomas C.

Lassman’s draft chapters three and five of his. Defense Acquisition Reform, to An Elusive Goal: J. Ronald Fox: To download as PDF click here: For availability and more information click here. Some users may encounter difficulties opening these files from the server.

If the entire document will not open, select "Save" instead of "Open". Once the file has been saved to your hard. Acquisition Reform in the FYFY National Defense Authorization Acts (NDAAs) Congressional Research Service 1.

Introduction The Department of Defense (DOD) Defense acquisition reform book extensively on contractors to equip and support the U.S. military in. Analysis of Alternatives, Cost Estimating & Reporting. Life Cycle Sustainment.

Manpower Planning & Human Systems Integration. Information Technology & Business Systems. Intelligence Support & Acquisition. Acquisition of Services. The GAO’s report for Fiscal Year (FY) revealed that the rate by which the U.S. Government sustained protests decreased from 17 percent in FY (99 cases) to 15 percent (92 cases).

Note: The author’s examination of the GAO rulings for FY was published in the January-February issue of the Defense Acquisition’s. Over the past three years, the Policy team has led NDIA’s Acquisition Reform Initiative.

This effort has provided legislative recommendations to assist Congressional acquisition reform efforts, many of which were enacted or influenced final provisions in the Fiscal Year and Fiscal Year National Defense Authorization Acts.

Defense Acquisition Reform, An Elusive Goal is a breathless survey of an important, but often mind-numbing subject. It is perennial in so many ways. It is perennial in so many ways. For example, recently president-elect Trump called for the cancellation of the F fighter program, a weapon system that has had its share of troubles.

Defense Acquisition Reform: Background, Analysis, and Issues for Congress Congressional Research Service Summary The Department of Defense (DOD) relies extensively on contractors to equip and support the U.S.

military in peacetime and during military operations, obligating more than $ billion on contracts in FY – 30, Acquisition Reform Initiative #4: Streamlining Test and Evaluation and Minimizing Redundant Testing (paras. 11 – 4 and. 14 – 3). o Adds a new chapter describing cybersecurity in the Defense Acquisition System (chap 14).

o Supersedes Army Directive – 29, Acquisition Reform Initiative #3: Improving the Integration andFile Size: KB. Acquisition reform is one of the three lines of effort spelled out in the National Defense Strategy, the other two being lethality and strengthening alliances and partnerships, she noted.

Defense acquisition reform an elusive goal | J Ronald Fox; David Grayson Allen; Center of Military History.; et al | download | B–OK.

Download books for free. Find books. Center of Military History Publication From the introduction:"Professor Fox's 'Defense Acquisition Reform, An Elusive Goal', provides valuable historical analysis of the numerous attempts over the past fifty years to reform the defense acquisition process for major weapons : intends to publish expert views on defense acquisition reform and help develop a comprehensive record on shortcomings in the acquisition process that may inform congressional deliberations in the future.

While the experts who participated in this project offered a variety of views, a few common themes Size: 2MB. Congress wants the Department of Defense to reform how it acquires technology — again.

Several provisions in drafts of the National Defense Authorization Act circulating Capitol Hill this week target reforming the Pentagon’s technology acquisition, including the creation of new pathways for software contracts. And while the language is new to the draft.

This monograph discusses reform initiatives from to and concludes with prescriptions for future changes to the acquisition culture of the services, Defense Department, and industry. The acquisition process has a number of built-in, even cultural, aspects that resist change.

The Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) is a 1, page document that provides additional Department of Defense-specific guidance for buying goods and services. Additionally, the Department of Defense Instruction (DODI ) provides policies and procedures for the implementation of the defense acquisition system.

The bill would redesign the certification and education requirements of the acquisition workforce as recommended by the reform-focused Section Panel.

Analysis of the effects of reform efforts over the last half century on cost growth in major defense acquisition programs proves how difficult progress can be. Despite numerous attempts at improving acquisition outcomes, cost growth during the weapon system development phase remained high (approximately 50 percent) and showed no improvement Author: Laura H.

Baldwin, Cynthia R. Cook. All of the defense-acquisition-reform legislation passed in recent years by Congress has been well-intentioned; some of it has also been helpful.

Various rapid acquisition and Other Transaction.The following is the Jan. 4, Congressional Research Service report, Acquisition Reform in the FYFY National Defense Authorization Acts. From the .