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A comparison of the ship system acquisition process of the Greek Navy and US Navy.

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Authors
Lemonidis, Petros F.
Subjects
acquisition process
major weapon systems
milestones
cost
program manager
contracting officer
conceptual effort
mission need determination
demonstration and validation phase
full scale development
production and deployment
Advisors
Ferris, Jeffrey E.
Date of Issue
1984-12
Date
December 1984
Publisher
Language
en_US
Abstract
The above thesis is an attempt to improve the existing policy and procedures for acquiring major weapon systems by the Greek Navy. This thesis focuses on existing procedures in the U.S. Navy and similar policies followed by the Greek Navy. In compiling this study, the author attempts to include an analysis of the constraints faced by the Greek Navy, such as the lack of an adequate industrial base to construct major weapon systems, although the necessary scientific personnel are available. The entire policy/plan is based on a comparison between the two examined procedures, noting their similarities and differences.
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Thesis
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Department
Administrative Sciences
Other Units
Naval Postgraduate School (U.S.)
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