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Analysis of consolidating defense acquisition information on the Internet.

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Authors
Trulock, Troy E.
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Acquisition Information
Internet
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Yahoo!
FedCenter
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Owen, Walter E.
Stone, Mark W.
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1997-06
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Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School
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en_US
Abstract
The Internet began over 30 years ago as a method of providing vital military communications following a nuclear attack. Today, due to the introduction of the World Wide Web and recent commercial interests, the Internet has grown into a multimedia source of information, and has become overloaded with information. Acquisition professionals in both the government and civilian defense acquisition sectors are attempting to use the Internet as an efficient and effective communications tool. However, due to the overloaded nature of the Internet, they are having difficulty finding relevant information in a timely manner. This thesis provides an overview of the current internet tools available to acquisition professionals. It also demonstrates why these tools are not effective in providing time
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xii, 75 p.;28 cm.
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Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited.
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