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Competition in weapon systems acquisition
Dan C. Boger
by Naval Postgraduate School, Available from National Technical Information Service in Monterey, Calif, Springfield, Va
Written in English
The Twenty-Third Annual Department of Defense Cost Analysis Symposium was held in Leesburg, Virginia, on 6-8 September 1989. A number of the papers presented at that symposium, as well as a roundtable discussion held at the symposium, were analyses of the costs associated with alternative competition strategies in weapon system acquisition. The papers and the transcript of the roundtable discussion included in this compendium were selected from those presented at the symposium which addressed the general area of weapon system competition. The papers and discussion fall into three board areas addressing the costs and benefits of competition: methodological analyses, empirical analyses, and analyses of policy and implementation. they represent those efforts which best reflect state-of-the-art research into the issues surrounding the costs associated with alternative strategies for weapon system competition. Keywords: Acquisition, Department of Defense, Weapon systems, Cost analysis, Theses, Logistics management. (RWJ)
|Statement||Dan C. Boger and Daniel A. Nussbaum|
|Contributions||Nussbaum, Daniel A., 1943-, Naval Postgraduate School (U.S.). Dept. of Administrative Sciences|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 116 p. :|
|Number of Pages||116|
Every weapon system in the U.S. arsenal is created to satisfy a specific military need (often referred to as a requirement), must be paid for by the federal budget, and is designed and built within an acquisition system. From concept to deployment, a weapon system must go through the 4 MDAPs are the Department’s most expensive acquisition. Weapon Systems Acquisition Reform Act of – Requires acquisition strategies to include measures to ensure competition or option for competition throughout program life cycle at prime/subcontract level – Suggests potential measures to address this requirement (i.e., competitive prototyping, dual-sourcing, acquisition of complete TDPs, etc.).
Increased competition and collaboration NAVAL OA CORE PRINCIPLES. 3 Aegis Weapon System Hardware Architecture Roadmap: Weapon System. UYK-7 UYK COTS Blades. Common Processing. System (CPS) & MCE. A Scaleable Pool of Coordinate combat system acquisition programs across PEOs. For our 18th annual assessment of DOD’s weapon programs, we looked at DOD’s plans to acquire about $ trillion worth of new weapons systems. DOD is focused on delivering these weapons quickly, and in some cases has started using a more streamlined process to do so.
Acquisition of Weapons Systems curement stage that one can speak of a reasonably standardized good or service and thus of the possibility of competition based primarily or exclusively on price. To be sure, the DoD emphasizes that competition is encouraged at every stage, beginning with the initial design phase. "Competi-. Competition is important for a number of reasons: 1. Competition creates an incentive for contractors to provide goods and services at a lower price (economic efficiency); 2. Competition spurs innovation of transformational technologies, which allows the Department to field the best weapon systems for our warfighters quickly. 1; 3.
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Get this from a library. Factors affecting the use of competition in weapon system acquisition. [Kathleen Archibald; Rand Corporation.; United States. Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering.;] -- Examines methods for improving the effectiveness of competition in the acquisition of major weapon systems.
Use of competition at the concept design stage is Competition in weapon systems acquisition book to. NPS NAVALPOSTGRADUATESCHOOL Monterey,California COMPETITIONINWEAPONSYSTEMSACQUISITION: COSTANALYSESOFSOMEISSUES and um. Sincethe U.S. Army Weapon Systems Handbook has served as a critical reference document that informs key stakeholders and audiences-primarily Congress—about high-priority Army acquisition programs in a comprehensive and understandable format, while presenting essential information reflecting the strategic context in which the Army operates.
Congress has increased the number and scope of PSM responsibilities. Updates to the Better Buying Power initiatives have emphasized critical thinking in the Department’s methods for developing, producing, and supporting weapon systems.
Affordability, cost consciousness, and innovation permeate all areas of acquisition and sustainment. 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 to the. The Weapon Systems Acquisition Reform Act, formally known as the Weapons Acquisition System Reform Through Enhancing Technical Knowledge and Oversight Act ofwas an Act of Congress created to reform the way the Pentagon contracts and purchases major weapons systems.
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After a competition between the Boeing X and the Lockheed Martin X, a final design was chosen based on the X Get this from a library. Competition in the acquisition of major weapon systems: legislative perspectives: a report prepared for United States Air Force Project RAND.
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The Fiscal Year (FY) 20 21 acquisition (Procurement and. This paper examines the impact of price competition on weapon systems acquisition. The multidimensional impact of competition on price and non-price aspects of weapon system production and acquisition are discussed.
The importance of cost quantity relationships for measuring the effect of competition on price and the theoretical basis of those relationships are reviewed. The purpose of this paper is to develop an analytic framework for evaluating when competition can reduce acquisition costs and how best to structure a competition to drive down acquisition costs.
This analysis focuses specifically on the use of dual-sourcing as a means of ensuring competition in the acquisition of major weapon systems. He is the author of several books, including Arming America: How the U.S.
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Examines methods for improving the effectiveness of competition in the acquisition of major weapon systems. Use of competition at the concept design stage is known to be inexpensive relative to benefits.
However, competition is rare during procurement when the expense is immediate and any savings are delayed. Examines the prospect of promoting greater competition in the acquisition of major weapons systems from the perspective of the Congress. Congressional support for the use of competition derives from its promise of both direct and indirect benefits.
The primary direct benefits are lower prices and greater technological achievement. Weapon System Support Center (WSMC) USMC Operational Guidebook for Weapon System Management (OGWSM) v (15 JUL ) Foreword.
As the Weapon Systems Management Center (WSMC) embarks upon the challenging task of providing seamless, integrated logistics solutions to its customers, it is imperative that the lead element in that effort – the Weapon System Management.
This report examines methods for improving the effectiveness of competition in the acquisition of major weapon systems. Use of competition at the concept design stage is known to be inexpensive relative to benefits. However, competition is rare during procurement when the expense is immediate and any savings are delayed.
Existing analysis provides no means for evaluating competitive reprocurement.The U.S. Army is the best-equipped force the world has known. Even in an increasingly constrained fiscal environment, the acquisition, logistics and technology community is doing everything it can to provide our Soldiers with the equipment and services they need for mission success.Program Acquisition Costs by Weapons System book, which includes summary details on major DoD acquisition programs (i.e., aircraft, ground forces programs, shipbuilding, space systems, etc.) are especially relevant.
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