Air Force Major Defense Acquisition Program Cost Growth Is Driven by Three Space Programs and the F-35A
Controlling costs in Major Defense Acquisition Programs is essential to the overall affordability of Air Force modernization plans. A handful of ongoing and recently terminated programs account for substantially higher cost growth in recent Air Force programs compared with complete programs. Cost growth to date in four continuing large-dollar programs must be contained to ensure affordability of the Air Force’s long-term investment plans.
Subjects: History, Technology
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