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Acronyms

AMP annual materials plan

BCMA beryllium-copper machined alloy

BEM Brush Engineered Materials

BOM Bureau of Mines

BRIC Brazil, Russia, India, China

BUR bottom-up review

BWI Brush Wellman, Inc.

CBO Congressional Budget Office

CDC Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

CFIUS Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States

CIA Central Intelligence Agency

CONUS continental United States

CRAF Civilian Reserve Air Fleet

DARPA Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency

DHS Department of Homeland Security

DLA Defense Logistics Agency

DNSC Defense National Stockpile Center

DoD Department of Defense

DOE Department of Energy

DPAS Defense Priorities and Allocation System



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H Acronyms AMP annual materials plan BCMA beryllium-copper machined alloy BEM Brush Engineered Materials BOM Bureau of Mines BRIC Brazil, Russia, India, China BUR bottom-up review BWI Brush Wellman, Inc. CBO Congressional Budget Office CDC Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CFIUS Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States CIA Central Intelligence Agency CONUS continental United States CRAF Civilian Reserve Air Fleet DARPA Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency DHS Department of Homeland Security DLA Defense Logistics Agency DNSC Defense National Stockpile Center DoD Department of Defense DOE Department of Energy DPAS Defense Priorities and Allocation System 

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m a nag i n g m at e r i a l s twenty-first century military  for a DSB Defense Science Board EPA Environmental Protection Agency FEMA Federal Emergency Management Agency FORCEMOB Force Mobilization (model) FY fiscal year GAO Government Accountability Office (General Accounting Office before July 2004) GDP gross domestic product GOCO government-owned, contractor-operated GOGO government-owned, government-operated GSA General Services Administration GWOT Global War on Terror HASC House Armed Services Committee HPP hot pressed powder IDA Institute for Defense Analyses IED improvised explosive device IG Inspector General ILIAD Interindustry, Large-scale, Integrated, And Dynamic (model) IMF International Monetary Fund JOGMEC Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corporation LIFT Long-term, Interindustry Forecasting Tool (model) MCO major conflict operations MCR materials consumption ratio MCTL Military Critical Technologies List MDA Missile Defense Agency MEMS microelectromechanical system METI Ministry of Economy, Trade, and Industry (Japan) MIC Market Impact Committee MRAP mine-resistant ambush protection MRC major regional conflict MSE materials science and engineering MTW major theater war

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aPPendix H  NAFTA North American Free Trade Agreement NATO North Atlantic Treaty Organization NCMP National Commission on Materials Policy NDS National Defense Stockpile NDSt National Defense Strategy NMS National Military Strategy NRC National Research Council OSD Office of the Secretary of Defense QDR Quadrennial Defense Review REE rare earth element R&D research and development RMA revolution in military affairs SCADA supervisory control and data acquisition SCM strategic and critical material SMPD Strategic Materials Protection Board SNS Strategic National Stockpile SPR Strategic Petroleum Reserve USGS U.S. Geological Survey VMI vendor-managed inventory WMD weapon of mass destruction

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