An analysis of the management of Naval Air Systems Command test and evaluation field activities.
Emery, Lawrence William
Creighton, John W.
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Requirements for test and evaluation in the weapons system acquisition process have become increasingly formalized and management of the test and evaluation activities has become more centralized, particularly with the formation of the Major Range and Test Facility Base and establishment of the Uniform Funding Policy. Management of the Navy portion of the Major Range and Test Facility Base has been delegated to the Naval Air Systems Command Test and Evaluation Group; however, most of the use of these facilities comes form the Systems and Engineering Group. Some of the problems resulting from this divided responsibility are discussed here and recommendations for improvements are presented.
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