Defense depot maintenance : DOD shifting more workload for new weapon systems to the private sector : report to congressional requesters

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Página 38 - Navy Depot Maintenance: Cost and Savings Issues Related to Privatizing-in-Place at the Louisville, Kentucky Depot (GAO/NSIAD-96-202, Sept 18, 1996). Defense Depot Maintenance: Commission on Roles and Mission's Privatization Assumptions Are Questionable (GAO/NSIAD-96-161, July 15, 1996).
Página 2 - CEQ Regulations"). Further requirements are contained in Department of Defense Directive (DoDD) 4715.1, Environmental Security, Department of Defense Instruction (DoDI) 4715.9, Environmental Planning and Analysis, DoDD 5000.1, Defense Acquisition, and Department of Defense Regulation...
Página 2 - Board 1996 Summer Study on Achieving an Innovative Support Structure for 21st Century Military Superiority: Higher Performance at Lover Costs (November 1 996).
Página 2 - ... missions and functions performed by DOD activities, generally concluding that outsourcing, or privatization, was the way to go for both existing and future requirements, particularly for commercial-type support activities and depot maintenance. Similarly, the Defense Science Board, in a series of studies, also called for increased outsourcing, noting that DOD should get out of the materiel management, distribution, and repair business by expanding its use of contractor logistics support for all...
Página 16 - ... programs. Again, of the 32 programs that you surveyed for which the plan is to rely on private sector report, at least 14 of these, or 44 percent, do not plan to buy the technical data, preferring instead to rely entirely on commercial support from the OEM. You noted, and I will quote from your report, "Most logistics officials we talked to said it was essential to acquire the data in order to protect the Government's interest and to control future support costs.
Página 1 - Defense (DOD) has a policy calling for greater reliance on the private sector for maintenance of its weapon systems. This policy includes a preference for contractors to provide total logistics support for new weapon systems within the limits of existing legislative requirements.
Página 35 - Appendix IV Major Contributors to This Report National Security and James Wiggins, Associate Director International Affairs Division, Washington, BC J Julia Denman, Assistant Director Offipp nf P РЛРГЯ!
Página 26 - DOD'S policy and implementation plans for allocating depot-repair workloads for new and upgraded weapon systems between the public and private sectors and (2) the decision-making process it used to make source-of-repair decisions.
Página 4 - Provides for a new section 2474 in title 10 of the US Code requiring the Secretary of Defense to...
Página 26 - Army, Navy, and Air Force headquarters, all in the Washington, DC, area...

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