Industry Coalition Presses Bush Team for Defense Logistics Changes

By Thomas Duffy / January 2, 2001 at 5:00 AM
A coalition of defense industry trade groups is asking the incoming Bush administration to make several changes to how the Pentagon meets logistics and readiness needs, the most significant of which is the creation of a new deputy under secretary for logistics and material readiness. In a Dec. 18 "white paper" sent to President-elect George Bush, the coalition said the new administration should work to untangle the morass of strategy and policy documents the coalition believes is contributing to an...

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