Dana J. Johnson, "Policy Issues and Challenges"
RAND Corporation | 2001-09-25 | ISBN: 0833030116 | 120 pages | PDF | 5,8 MB
Agencies within the national security space community recently have come under increasing pressure to conduct joint or interagency programs to take advantage of potentially shared objectives and mission synergies. Such joint endeavors, it is hoped, will make the agencies more efficient and effective and eliminate unnecessary redundancies among programs. However, a number of policy issues and challenges will influence how these efforts are executed. This report seeks to illuminate these policy issues and challenges, particularly those that will influence multi-mission space system concepts and programs conducted jointly by the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) and the Air Force.Using case studies, this report examined five ways to conduct acquisition in an interagency setting-Executing Agent, System Integrator, Independent Agent, Confederation, and Joint Program Office. The report analyzed key elements inherent to interagency acquisition, including acquisition complexity, program management, program control, requirements management, funding stability, customer responsiveness, cultural alignment, and staffing.
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