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書名 DoD centralization : an old solution for a new era? / George Donohue; Mark Lorell; Giles Smith; Wayne Walker; Rand Corporation
出版項 Santa Monica, Calif. : Rand, 1993
館藏地 索書號 處理狀態 OPAC 訊息 條碼
 歐美所圖書館3F西文書區  001.4 R157ip 1993  IP-120    在架上    30500101272246
說明 7, [1] p. ; 28 cm
系列 Issue paper / RAND Exploring topics of interest to the policy community ; IP-120 (1993)
Issue paper (RAND Exploring topics of interest to the policy community) ; IP-120 (1993)
附註 Caption title
"April 1993."
"Rand library collection."
"RAND Exploring topics of interest to the policy community"
"IP-120" --P.[8]
Includes bibliographical references (p. [8])
In response to enormous pressures to economize, the Department of Defense has set out to reform the logistics and acquisition system. One of the options being considered is to centralize acquisitions in order to reduce overhead, improve management, eliminate duplication, increase economies of scale, and tighten controls to minimize cost growth and schedule slippage. This issue paper explores the idea through a summary of the history of the U.S. acquisition reform, a review of the centralized acquisition bureaucracies of some U.S. allies, and a discussion of current management theory and industry practice and how they might apply to defense acquisition. The authors suggest that instead of being centralized, the acquisition system should be reformed to encourage self-managed teamwork, efficient information technologies, flatter internal organizations, and integrated external networks of responsive suppliers
主題 United States. Dept. of Defense -- Procurement
United States. Dept. of Defense -- Management
United States -- Armed Forces -- Weapons systems
Alt Author Donohue, George
Lorell, Mark
Smith, Giles
Walker, Wayne
Rand Corporation
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