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Are increase progress payments actually helping defense industry? Warren wants to know

Sen. Elizabeth Warren is concerned funds won’t make it to the subcontractors who need it most.

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Thornberry considering punishing DoD for moving too slowly on new laws

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DoD is dragging its feet on following the law and it could be a national security issue

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Longtime Defense acquisition expert accepts R&D job at PSC

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In new ‘how-to’ guide, Pentagon’s innovation outpost urges rest of DoD to adopt rapid acquisition

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Bill Greenwalt, visiting fellow, American Enterprise Institute

President Barack Obama is going to name a replacement for outgoing Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel. The White House expects to formally nominate former Deputy…

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Bill Greenwalt, Fellow, American Enterprise Institute

Today is the first of a three-day series here at Federal News Radio called The Missing Pieces of Procurement Reform. Today’s focus is legislating reform….

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Bill Greenwalt, Fellow, American Enterprise Institute

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The Defense Department and Congress are trying too hard to reinvent the wheel in their debates on acquisition reform. That’s according to Bill Greenwalt — he’s former deputy under secretary of defense for industrial policy — and now a fellow of the Marilyn Ware Center for Security Studies at the American Enterprise Institute. He says the Pentagon should look back to the 1950s as a model for defense acquisition reform.

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