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Title: Building Future Security: Strategies for Restructuring the Defense Technology and Industrial Base
Authors: United States Congress, Office of Technology Assessment
Keywords: Simplify Acquisition
National Security
Acquisition Reform
Industrial Base Policy
Peace Dividend
Research and Development
Acquisition Reform
Issue Date: 1-Jun-1992
Publisher: United States Government Publishing Office
Citation: Unlimited Distribution
Series/Report no.: Defense Acquisition Reform
Abstract: Building Future Security, the final report of the Office of Technology Assessment's (OTA) assessment of the U.S. defense technology and industrial base (DTIB), discusses strategies for moving to a smaller and more efficient DTIB over the next decade and maintaining that base in the future. It complements OTA's earlier report, Redesigning Defense, which developed a framework for analysis of future defense needs, postulated some desirable characteristics of the future DTIB, and outlined some broad strategic choices that will affect the future base. This framework provided the starting point for the current report, which assesses some specific policy options for restructuring the DTIB.
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