Economic Value of Army Foreign Military Sales
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Foreign Military Sales, in the past, has been associated with program cost savings and cost avoidance. In an effort to support DASA (DEC), this project describes current cost savings and cost avoidance trends in Army foreign military sales using a comparative high-low case study approach. Two specific cases are selected based on a determination of relative high demand volume and low demand volume in major weapons categories. The cases are analyzed on an internal basis to determine cost savings, cost avoidance, and public value. Then compared in order to determine any advantages or trends in cost savings, cost avoidance and public value.
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