Venture Capital and Strategic Investment for Developing Government Mission Capabilities
To address urgent operational needs in a changing threat environment, this report examines one type of government acquisition method, called government strategic investment (GSI). Through a combination of case studies and economic modeling, this research will help government acquisition managers judge the suitability of strategic investment methods for motivating future government mission–oriented innovation by private firms.
Subjects: Technology, Mathematics, Economics
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