This volume presents a set of lessons learned from the United Kingdom’s Astute submarine program that could help inform future program managers. Designing and building a submarine requires careful management and oversight and a delegation of roles and responsibilities that recognizes which party—the shipbuilder or the government—is best positioned to manage risks.
Subjects: Technology, History
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