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Product Description: Identifies and characterizes conditions present in six U.S. Air Force Major Defense Acquisition Programs experiencing extreme cost growth, using case study analysis.

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9780833088550 | Rand Corp, November 6, 2015, cover price $21.50 | About this edition: Identifies and characterizes conditions present in six U.

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Product Description: The authors explore defense contractor motivations and identify mechanisms that might more closely align those incentives with Department of Defense goals. They also analyze major defense acquisition programs to determine if it is possible to identify programs that might incur a future Nunn-McCurdy breach by reviewing a number of acquisition programs that have incurred breaches and analyzing them for common characteristics...read more
By Mark V. Arena (editor), John Birkler (editor), Irv Blickstein (editor), Abby Doll (editor) and Charles Nemfakos (editor)

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9780833087393 | Rand Corp, October 31, 2014, cover price $38.50 | About this edition: The authors explore defense contractor motivations and identify mechanisms that might more closely align those incentives with Department of Defense goals.

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Product Description: The swift adoption of unmanned aircraft systems (UASs) and their increasing use in the field have exceeded the capacity of the training infrastructure to sustain training on these systems over the long term. This report develops a general concept for training military forces in employment of UASs and a framework for addressing the training requirements and discusses the limits of existing infrastructure in supporting UAS training...read more

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9780833085313 | Rand Corp, August 8, 2014, cover price $32.95 | About this edition: The swift adoption of unmanned aircraft systems (UASs) and their increasing use in the field have exceeded the capacity of the training infrastructure to sustain training on these systems over the long term.

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Product Description: The authors investigate whether the tenure of program managers contributes to Nunn-McCurdy breaches. They also examine the existing decentralized systems used to track cost growth to determine whether additional guidance and control are needed to make acquisition category II programs’ performance more transparent...read more

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9780833082053 | Rand Corp, November 8, 2013, cover price $37.95 | About this edition: The authors investigate whether the tenure of program managers contributes to Nunn-McCurdy breaches.

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Product Description: This study analyzes recent humanitarian assistance/disaster response operations in Burma, Indonesia, Pakistan, and Japan, and identifies lessons that can be used to improve the Department of Defense's international disaster relief capabilities.

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9780833080431 | Rand Corp, August 22, 2013, cover price $29.95 | About this edition: This study analyzes recent humanitarian assistance/disaster response operations in Burma, Indonesia, Pakistan, and Japan, and identifies lessons that can be used to improve the Department of Defense's international disaster relief capabilities.

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Product Description: Finding ways to safely store and ultimately dispose of nuclear waste remains a matter of considerable debate. This volume describes the steps needed to design a new, single-purpose organization to manage and dispose of commercial and defense high-level radioactive materials and examines three models for such an organization—federal government corporation, federally chartered private corporation, and independent government agency...read more

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9780833076403 | Rand Corp, February 16, 2013, cover price $24.95 | About this edition: Finding ways to safely store and ultimately dispose of nuclear waste remains a matter of considerable debate.

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