Downsizing the Navy: Privatization of the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division, Indianapolis--A Case Study
Cuskey, Jeffrey R.
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Abstract: Case Objectives - Strategic: When faced with a BRAC decision (1) identify and analyze the stakeholders; (2) develop top level guidance with an overarching process framework; and, (3) develop and evaluate alternative courses of action, completing ''customer satisfaction,'' business case, and risk analyses. Tactical: Once an alternative is selected, develop a detailed implementation plan to address (1) transition issues; (2) economic development and agreement terms and conditions from City and business perspectives; and, (3) contract terms and conditions from the business and Navy perspectives. Lesson Learned/Reflections: Identify potential risks and mitigations, barriers to implementation, success factors, and best practices; and make recommendations for future privatizations.
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NPS Report NumberNPS-AM-04-027
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