Effects of Department of Defense Instruction 5000.02 on Joint Program Executive Office--Chemical Biological Defense (JPEO-CBD) Effectiveness
Whaley, Emily C.
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This project provides an analysis on the expected effects of the most recent guidance that seeks to reform DOD acquisition. Specifically, it researches and analyzes the effects of other acquisition reform items on the JPEO-CBD portfolio, and the expected trend of the newest guidance toward achieving greater effectiveness in acquisition. Methodology includes a comparative analysis of items that may indicate effectiveness, such as project schedules and number of documents required. Data and analysis indicate that DoDI 5000.02 may not have increased acquisition efficiency throughout the military services. Additional data collection specific to smaller acquisition programs, as well as targeting study of leading rather than lagging indicators, may provide greater insight into the effects of recent acquisition reforms.
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