Challenges to the Defense Industrial Base

Leena Nwosu (Editor)

Series: Defense, Security and Strategies
BISAC: POL012000

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The Panel on Business Challenges within the Defense Industry conducted hearings, held roundtable discussions with industry, and reviewed many studies and publications that have examined the Defense Industrial Base (DIB) in order to gain insight into the complexity of the industrial base and the wide variety of factors influencing business behavior and the shaping of the DIB. These efforts highlighted that the DIB is unique in that the Department of Defense (DOD) plays a role as both the customer and regulator of the DIB. This book provides several recommendations that the Panel believes will improve the defense business environment, reduce barriers to entry, spur innovation, increase competition, and aid in getting critical technology into the hands of the Warfighter. (Imprint: Nova)

Preface

Challenges to Doing Business with the Department of Defense
(House Committee on Armed Services, Panel on Business Challenges in the Defense Industry)

Industrial Base: U.S. Tactical Wheeled Vehicle Manufacturers Face Period of Uncertainty as DOD Purchases Decline and Foreign Sales Potential Remains Unknown
(GAO)

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