A study on performance based logistics/performance based service acquisitions and their applicability to Turkish Navy service acquisition activities
Guducu, Aykut Caglar
Eaton, Donald R.
Cuskey, Jeffrey R.
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The purpose of this MBA professional report is to investigate and analyze Performance Based Logistics (PBL)/Performance Based Service Acquisitions (PBSA) and provide implementation alternatives for Turkish Navy service acquisitions. This Professional MBA Report includes a literature review and background information about PBL and PBSA; current PBL and PBSA implementations in the U.S.A.; current Turkish acquisition rules and regulations, along with the legal constraints as to the applicability of PBSA; Turkish Navy service acquisition activities and associated problematic areas; problems with the implementation of PBL and PBSA in the U.S.A. and recommendations for alternative implementation solutions based on the findings.
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