Appendix C
Related Studies

AFA (Air Force Association). 2009. Fixing DOD Acquisition. Available online at http://www.afa.org/edop/edop_8_01_08.asp. Last accessed on December 10, 2008.

Chenoweth, Mary E., Sarah Hunter, Brent Keltner, and David Adamson. 2004. Organizational Policy Levers Can Affect Acquisition Reform Implementation in Air Force Repair Contracts, MR-1711. Santa Monica, Calif.: RAND Corporation.

Day, Donald. 1982. GAO Memorandum: MASAD/SDA Handbook, January 29, 1982. Washington, D.C.: General Accounting Office (GAO).

DOD (Department of Defense). 2006. Defense Acquisition Performance Assessment. Washington, D.C.: Deputy Secretary of Defense.

GAO. 1993. Waivers to Acquisition Workforce Training, Education, and Experience Requirements, GAO/NIASD 93-128. Washington, D.C.: GAO.

GAO. 1993. Implementation of the Defense Acquisition Workforce Act, GAO/NIASD 93-129. Washington, D.C.: GAO.

GAO. 1996. Best Practices: Commercial Quality Assurance Practices Offer Improvements for DOD, GAO/NSIAD-96-162. Washington, D.C.: GAO.

GAO. 1998. Best Practices: Successful Application to Weapons Acquisition Requires Changes in DOD’s Environment, GAO/NSIAD-98-56. Washington, D.C.: GAO.

GAO. 1998. Implementation of Key Aspects of the Federal Acquisition Streamlining Act of 1994, GAO/NSIAD-98-81. Washington, D.C.: GAO.

GAO. 1998. Defense Acquisitions: Improved Program Outcomes Are Possible, GAO/NSIAD-98-123. Washington, D.C.: GAO.



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Appendix C Related Studies AFA (Air Force Association). 2009. Fixing DOD Acquisition. Available online at http://www.afa.org/edop/edop_8_01_08.asp. Last accessed on December 10, 2008. Chenoweth, Mary E., Sarah Hunter, Brent keltner, and David Adamson. 2004. Organizational Policy Levers Can Affect Acquisition Reform Implementa - tion in Air Force Repair Contracts, MR-1711. Santa Monica, Calif.: RAND Corporation. Day, Donald. 1982. GAO Memorandum: MASAD/SDA Handbook, January 29, 982. Washington, D.C.: General Accounting Office (GAO). DOD (Department of Defense). 2006. Defense Acquisition Performance Assess- ment. Washington, D.C.: Deputy Secretary of Defense. GAO. 1993. Waivers to Acquisition Workforce Training, Education, and Experi- ence Requirements, GAO/NIASD 93-128. Washington, D.C.: GAO. GAO. 1993. Implementation of the Defense Acquisition Workforce Act, GAO/ NIASD 93-129. Washington, D.C.: GAO. GAO. 1996. Best Practices: Commercial Quality Assurance Practices Offer Improvements for DOD, GAO/NSIAD-96-162. Washington, D.C.: GAO. GAO. 1998. Best Practices: Successful Application to Weapons Acquisition Requires Changes in DOD’s Environment, GAO/NSIAD-98-56. Washington, D.C.: GAO. GAO. 1998. Implementation of Key Aspects of the Federal Acquisition Stream- lining Act of 99, GAO/NSIAD-98-81. Washington, D.C.: GAO. GAO. 1998. Defense Acquisitions: Improved Program Outcomes Are Possible, GAO/NSIAD-98-123. Washington, D.C.: GAO. 

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 OPTIMIZING USAF AND DOD REVIEW OF AIR FORCE ACQUISITION PROGRAMS GAO. 1999. Defense Acquisitions: Best Commercial Practices Can Improve Pro- gram Outcomes, GAO/NSIAD-99-116. Washington, D.C.: GAO. GAO. 1999. Best Practices: Better Management of Technology Development Can Improve Weapons System Outcomes, GAO/NSIAD-99-162. Washington, D.C.: GAO. GAO. 1999. Best Practices: DOD Training Can Do More to Help Weapons Sys- tems Implement Best Practices, GAO/NSIAD-99-206. Washington, D.C.: GAO. GAO. 2000. Defense Acquisitions: Employing Best Practices Can Shape Better Weapon System Decisions, GAO/NSIAD-00-137. Washington, D.C.: GAO. GAO. 2000. Best Practices: A More Constructive Test Approach Is Key to Better Weapon Systems Outcomes, GAO/NSIAD-00-199. Washington, D.C.: GAO. GAO. 2001. Best Practices: Better Matching of Needs and Resources Will Lead to Better Weapons System Outcomes, GAO-01-288. Washington, D.C.: GAO. GAO. 2002. Defense Acquisitions: DOD Faces Challenges in Implementing Best Practices, GAO-02-469T. Washington, D.C.: GAO. GAO. 2002. Best Practices: Capturing Design and Manufacturing Knowledge Early Improves Acquisition Outcomes, GAO-02-701. Washington, D.C.: GAO. GAO. 2002. Defense Acquisitions: Factors Affecting Outcomes of Advanced Concept Technology Demonstration, GAO-03-52. Washington, D.C.: GAO. GAO. 2003. Best Practices: Setting Requirements Differently Could Reduce Weapons Systems’ Total Ownership Costs, GAO-03-57. Washington, D.C.: GAO. GAO. 2004. Defense Acquisitions: Stronger Management Practices Are Needed to Improve DOD’s Software-Intensive Weapon Acquisition, GAO-04-393. Washington, D.C.: GAO. GAO (Government Accountability Office1). November 2005. Best Practices: Better Support of Weapon System Program Managers Needed to Improve Outcomes, GAO-06-110. Washington, D.C.: GAO. GAO. 2005. DOD Acquisitions Outcomes: A Case for Change, GAO-06-257T. Washington, D.C.: GAO. GAO. 2006. DOD Management Approach and Processes Not Well-Suited to Sup- port Development of Global Information Grid, GAO-06-211. Washington, D.C.: GAO. GAO. 2006. Best Practices: Stronger Practices Needed to Improve DOD Tech- nology Transition Processes, GAO-06-883. Washington, D.C.: GAO. GAO. 2006. Defense Acquisitions: Major Weapons Systems Continue to Experi - ence Cost and Schedule Problems Under DOD’s Revised Policy, GAO-06- 368. Washington, D.C.: GAO. 1 Name was changed on July 7, 2004.

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