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NDIA on Preparing for the Coming US Defense Budget Crunch

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DID has covered remarks from National Defense Industrial Association President Lawrence P. Farrell Jr. re: acquisition issues and procurement reform, and the need to improve defense manufacturing. Now, he discusses the current US debt and deficit, the October 2005 “England memo,” the commitments inherent to the Global War on Terror, and the maintenance and repair […]

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