Using the Industrial Modernization Incentive Program to preserve critical processes
Michels, Robert Leo
Warmington, Jeffrey Allen
Gates, William R.
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This thesis attempted to justify using Industrial Modernization Incentive Program (IMIP) to meet Government needs. Its primary objective was to demonstrate maintaining critical processes by using IMIO. A secondary objective was to demonstrate the flexibility of IMIP and how it can be tailored to meet individual Government contract requirements. Other secondary objectives were:1. examine the changing defense acquisition environments, 2. examine Government Return on Investment (GROI) and Contractor Return on Investment (CROI) 3. provide examples as to how IMIP could be used to meet Government needs, instead of project needs. The thesis examine Defense acquisition objectives for the future as identified by leaders of Government, and how they applied to IMIP objectives. Information was obtained from written documentation addressing IMIP and the defense industrial base, with feedback from knowledgeable and experienced Government contracting personnel. Broad examples were used to apply conversion to IMIP.
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