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Schedule Breach RDT&E Breach Other Breach

By Dr. Mary, Maureen Brown, Robert M. Flowe and Sean Patrick Hamel


The movement toward transformation and joint capabilities has created new challenges for program acquisition efforts. The research reported in this article examines the implications of joint capabilities on acquisition. In short, the research investigates how program interdependency, size, age, and developmental status influence the occurrence of programmatic breaches. The findings provide empirical evidence that metrics that are capable of measuring interdependency may prove fruitful as an early indicator of joint program acquisition shortfalls

Year: 2010
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