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DOD"s industrial preparedness program needs national policy to effectively meet emergency needs
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The Industrial Preparedness Planning Program of the Department of Defense (DOD) was developed to ensure that sufficient industrial capacity exists to meet potential wartime needs for defense systems, equipment, and component organizations, including GAO, have found the program to be ineffective.
DOD has reevaluated the program, but no significant improvement has resulted to date. Get this from a library. DOD's industrial preparedness program needs national policy to effectively meet emergency needs: a report to the Congress of the United. Get this from a library.
DOD's industrial preparedness program needs national policy to effectively meet emergency needs: a report to the Congress of the United States: summary. [United States. General Accounting Office.]. BY THE COMPTROLLER GENERAL Report To The Congress OF THE UNITED STATES DOD’s Industrial Preparedness Program Needs National Policy To Effectively Meet Emergency Needs The Department of Defense’s Industrial Pre- paredness Planning Program is to make sure U.S.
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