A Critical Examination of the DoD's Business Management Modernization Program
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In its efforts to improve operations in what it has designated the five business domains in the US Department of Defense (DoD)''acquisition, financial management, human resources management, installations & environment management, and logistics management''the DoD''s Business Management Modernization Program (BMMP) is a key element of the DoD''s ongoing efforts to transform itself. This paper argues that the BMMP needs to be fundamentally reoriented to meet its goals. It provides an historical overview, research evidence from other studies, and additional arguments to support that view and suggests three steps that could be taken to begin the proposed reorientation.
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NPS Report NumberNPS-AM-05-051
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