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Product Description: To summarize trends and identify factors contributing to bid protest activity and outcomes in Air Force procurements, the authors assembled data from Air Force administrative databases on procurement activity and protests and developed statistical models to analyze bid protests.

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9780833050915 | Rand Corp, February 16, 2012, cover price $18.00 | About this edition: To summarize trends and identify factors contributing to bid protest activity and outcomes in Air Force procurements, the authors assembled data from Air Force administrative databases on procurement activity and protests and developed statistical models to analyze bid protests.

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Product Description: What aeronautics research should be supported by the U.S. government? What compelling and desirable benefits drive that research? How should the government make these decisions? The authors develop a unified decisionmaking approach for addressing these questions...read more

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9780833050199 | Rand Corp, March 16, 2011, cover price $37.00 | About this edition: What aeronautics research should be supported by the U.

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Product Description: In April 2009, the Department of Defense decided to terminate production of the F-22A Raptor. In advance of the decision, the Air Force asked RAND Project AIR FORCE to identify the costs and the industrial base implications of various shutdown options...read more

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9780833046499, titled "Ending F-22A Production: Costs and Industrial Base Implications of Alternative Options 2009" | Rand Corp, February 15, 2011, cover price $33.00 | About this edition: In April 2009, the Department of Defense decided to terminate production of the F-22A Raptor.

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