A Businessman Looks At Procurement Reform

Freedberg Jr., Sydney J.
April 2009
National Journal;4/25/2009, p7
An interview with Norman Augustine, retired chairman and chief executive officer (CEO) of Lockheed Martin, is presented. Augustine relates the reasons behind the persistence of problems in U.S. military procurement. He relates how they prevented overruns and delays at Lockheed Martin. He comments on the military procurement reform proposal from Senators Carl Levin, D-Mich. and John McCain, R-Ariz.


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