Impacts and consequences of non-standard cots C4I system acquisition upon associated programs of record
Huskey, Ted W. L.
Matthews, David F.
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field capabilities quickly enough to meet warfighter requirements. DoD acquisition can not keep pace with the rate of C4I technology growth and is encumbered by layers of procedural bureaucracy. Subsequently existing Programs of Record were harmed by the resulting non-standard acquisitions. More reform is neither necessary nor the panacea. Adequate processes and programs exist to expedite the fielding of new capabilities. Optimization of existing processes and programs combined with greater warfighter involvement are necessary to prevent future occurrences of non-standard acquisition. Adherence to existing rules and regulations when combined with reduction of bureaucracy will reduce future occurrences of non-standard COTS C4I equipment acquisition and speed the fielding of new capabilities.
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