Accession Number : ADA319930
Title : Military Privatization: A Framework for the 1990s and Beyond.
Descriptive Note : Master's thesis,
Corporate Author : BUSINESS EXECUTIVES FOR NATIONAL SECURITY WASHINGTON DC
Personal Author(s) : Bejtlich, Richard M. ; Hickman, Geoffrey P.
PDF Url : ADA319930
Report Date : 09 JAN 1997
Pagination or Media Count : 57
Abstract : This report was prepared to provide the client, Business Executives for National Security (BENS), with a framework to identify defense functions suitable for privatization. This is a timely and relevant issue. The defense budget has declined 35% between 1985 and 1994, forcing key decision makers to maximize the value of dollars spent on each military function. The private sector can compete for functions formerly performed by the military, a multi-billion dollar market, while the Department of Defense (DoD) benefits from cost savings through private expertise and market-driven efficiency. DoD can use these savings to fund higher priority defense programs or offset reductions imposed by budget-conscious officials.
Descriptors : *MILITARY PLANNING, *PLANNING PROGRAMMING BUDGETING, *MILITARY DOWNSIZING, MILITARY OPERATIONS, DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE, NATIONAL SECURITY, COMMERCE, DECISION MAKING, DEFENSE SYSTEMS, REDUCTION, COSTS, EXECUTIVES, SAVINGS, MILITARY BUDGETS.
Subject Categories : Administration and Management
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE