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Assessing production capabilities and constraints in the defense industrial base

United States. General Accounting Office

Assessing production capabilities and constraints in the defense industrial base

report to the Subcommittee on International Trade, Finance, and Security Economics of the Joint Economic Committee

by United States. General Accounting Office

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Published by The Office in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Industrial mobilization -- United States.,
  • United States -- Armed Forces -- Weapons systems.,
  • United States -- Armed Forces -- Procurement.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby the U.S. General Accounting Office.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[1], ix, 119 p. :
    Number of Pages119
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17667671M

      The annual Industrial Capabilities report, quietly released May 17 by the Pentagon’s Office of Manufacturing and Industrial Base Policy, found that America’s defense industry continued to.   published a Directive and handbook in that formalized the assessment of defense industrial capabilities on a case-by-case basis (DoD Directive H, ). Once an area of concern is identified, the handbook provides a framework to determine the need for government action to preserve industrial capabilities vital to national security.

    The arrival of postindustrial society has transformed the traditional bases of national power, and thus the methods used to measure the relative power of nations should be reassessed as well. Appreciating the true basis of national power requires not merely a meticulous detailing of visible military assets but also a scrutiny of larger capabilities embodied in such variables as the aptitude.   By Mr. Kris Osborn As DOD grapples with multiple fiscal challenges, the Army and the Pentagon are stepping up efforts to sustain and preserve the health of the U.S. defense industrial base .

    Measuring Military Capability RAND MRA Defense budgets Manpower Military infrastructure Combat RDT&E institutions Defense industrial base Inventory and support • Total size and % of GNP • Distribution by service • Absolute size of pool • Educational and technical proficiency by rank • Total number of facilities. Department of Defense Directives and Strategies 50 Guidance and Regulation 50 Charters 50 List of Tables Table DIB Segments and Subsegments 5 Table Defense Industrial Base Commodities 6 Table Prioritization Factors 22 Table Core NIPP Implementation Metrics 27 Table DIB Sector-Specific Goals and Metrics 29 Table


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Assessing Production Capabilities and Constraints in the Defense Industrial Base PEMD Published: Apr 4, Publicly Released: May 7, Assessing production capabilities and constraints in the defense industrial base: report to the Subcommittee on International Trade, Finance, and Security Economics of the Joint Economic Committee.

[United States. the defense industrial base must be cost-effective, cost-efficient, highly productive, and not unduly subsidized. In the event of contingencies, the industrial base. 2 Assessing Production Capabilities and Constraints in the Defense Industrial Base (GAO/PEMD-8"-3, Apr.

4, ). Page I GAO/ NSIAD Defense Industrial Base. B cite similar problems. In Octoberthe Defense Science Board noted that globalization of defense markets has resulted in weapon systems.

Handbook: DoD Handbook H “Assessing Defense Industrial Capabilities” April Industrial Capability Analysis When the DoD is in danger of losing industrial capabilities because a supplier (plant, industry, company, etc.) is going out of business, merging with another company, or being bought out, an analysis must be performed.

The analysis addresses the following. will depend on ensuring that both essential design and production capabilities in the defense industrial base are preserved. Toward this end, the business literature’s conception of core competencies provides a useful framework for identifying both the military competitions in which the U.S.

Review Warns Defense Industrial Base Faces 'Unprecedented Set of Challenges’. October 5, Earlier today, the administration formally released the long-awaited findings of its review of the defense industrial base, “Assessing and Strengthening the Manufacturing and Defense Industrial Base and Supply Chain Resiliency of the United States.”.

Defense Primer: U.S. Defense Industrial Base The Department of Defense (DOD) relies on a wide-ranging and complex industrial base for the products and services that enable the Department’s warfighting capabilities.

Definitions of what this industrial base encompasses vary in scope and emphasis. U.S. Bare Printed Circuit Board Industry Assessment – 4 BIS Industry Surveys & Assessments Background and Authority • Under Section of the Defense Production Act of and Executive Orderability to survey and assess: Economic health and competitiveness Defense capabilities.

1) What should the technical specialist address when conducting industrial capabilities planning. [Identify the roles and responsibilities of the technical specialist relevant to Industrial Capabilities.] 2) Which of the following is a TRUE statement regarding the preservation of defense industrial capabilities.

[Identify current DOD policies relative to Industrial. Table E3.T1. Statutory Information Requirements, Industrial Capabilities. As part of the Acquisition Strategy, PMs shall perform an analysis of the capabili-ties of the National Technology and Industrial Base to support the design, devel-opment, sustained production, and uninterrupted maintenance of.

Industrial Base Special Studies Industrial Base Analysis/ Capability Assessment – Traditional studies that include manufacturer interviews, site visits, and supply chain capacity analysis – Recommendations may include buffer / safety stock / equipment investments, or a minimum sustainment rate (MSR) investment Acquisition Policy Issues with.

Assessing Production Capabilities And Constraints In the Defense Industrial Base The prospect of defense spending totaling some $ trillion over the next five years has greatly increased concern about the ability of the defense industrial base (DIB)to meet defense requirements.

The DIB. A Defense Industrial Capabilities Assessment is an assessment of an industry where there’s a known problem with the skills and knowledge, processes, facilities, and equipment needed to design, develop, manufacture, repair, and support DoD products.

It’s done on a case-by-case basis for private or public industrial activities. The US Department of Homeland Security (DHS a) defines the defense industrial base sector as “the worldwide industrial complex that enables research and development, as well as design, production, delivery, and maintenance of military weapons systems, subsystems, and components or parts, to meet US military requirements.” This sector is.

capabilities of the defense industrial base (DIB). The DIB production base analysis) that its efforts had been hampered by the absence of reliable data for defining problems and analyzing alternative solutions.

possible production constraints were evaluated. The horizontal. important authorities that support our capabilities to maintain and strengthen our defense industrial base. Ensuring Timely Performance of Contracts Title I of the Defense Production Act is vital to ensure timely DOD access to industrial resources during both peacetime and periods of conflict.

Title I authorizes the President: (1) to. defense industrial base. In recent years, a number of studies have surfaced an increasing concern about a growing dependence on foreign sources for materials and components for our weapons systems. Our own earlier work on production capabilities and constraints in the defense industrial base demonstrated this dependence with respect.

In Fiscal Year (FY)DoD published DoDDefense Industrial Capabilities Assessments, and cancelled all the DoD IPP regulations. However, the IP budget line that was originally established was not changed, and it continues to support program elements directly related to maintaining industrial capability to support wartime requirements.

of the Defense Production Act (DPA) ofas amended (50 U.S.C. App. Sec. ) and related Executive Order The DPA authority enables SIES to conduct surveys, study defense-related industries and technologies, and monitor economic and trade issues affecting the U.S. defense industrial base. In the past, SIES has performed studies on a.

Photo: Defense Dept. A long-awaited report on the health of the U.S. defense industrial base to be released Oct. 5, says the sector is facing an “unprecedented set of challenges” that will ultimately affect the Pentagon’s ability to fight in large-scale wars with peer competitors.it needs to win.

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