An assessment of collaborative capacity of three organizations within defense acquisition
LaPorte, Michele M.
Hocevar, Susan P.
Rendon, Rene G.
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The leadership within the defense acquisition arena recognizes that interorganizational collaboration is pivotal to equipping the Warfighter, on schedule and on budget, with capabilities for combating global threats to national security. In order to understand the enablers and the barriers to collaboration within the defense acquisition environment, this research project presents survey results from three participating defense acquisition organizations. An assessment of these results provides the participating offices insights into their operations as they interact with other organizations in the acquisition process to achieve mutual goals. Finally, this research project strives to contribute to the development of a tool that can be used by other defense acquisition entities to identify their collaborative strengths and weaknesses.
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