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  • Contractors in the 21st Century "Combat Zone" 

    Dunn, Richard L. (College Park, Maryland. University of Maryland, 2005-04);
    Victory in the Cold War brought reduced military budgets and lower end-strengths. Contemporaneously, operations’ tempo rose dramatically. This, plus government policies favoring outsourcing, led to a growth in importance ...
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    Lucyshyn, William; Novello, Stephanie (College Park, Maryland; University of Maryland, 2005-08);
    On the afternoon of March 7, 1996, Mike Seale, then Director of Public/Private Partnering for United Defense, waited anxiously while the Louisville/Jefferson County Redevelopment Authority (LJCRA) in Kentucky deliberated ...
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