The Army Materiel Requirements Documents: Qualitative Analysis Of Efficiency And Effectiveness
Ha, Anh H.
Costa, Nathaniel P.
Fast, William R.
Hansen, Jason K.
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The U.S. Army must maximize the efficiency and effectiveness of the documents that facilitate successful materiel requirements generation for the warfighter. Throughout the last decade, incremental modifications to policies and procedures have resulted in changes to the mandatory materiel requirement documents. These incessant changes have forced continuous revisions to the requirements generation process and materiel requirements documents over the last decade. Consequently, many factors are constraining the future of the Army’s requirements generation process as the Global War on Terror comes to a close.
Acquisition Research Program, Graduate School of Business & Public PolicyAnnual Acquisition Research Symposium
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NPS Report NumberNPS-AM-13-020
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