Three Major DOD Acquisition Programs Delayed At Least 13 months In Latest SARs

By Adam J. Hebert / August 21, 2002 at 5:00 AM
The schedules of three major Defense Department acquisition programs have been delayed for more than a year each, according to information in DOD's latest selected acquisition reports to Congress. The SARs, which were released yesterday, detail major changes to acquisition programs during the first half of calendar year 2002. The Air Force's troubled B-1 bomber Conventional Mission Upgrade Program (CMUP) was delayed another 20 months; the Army-led Joint Simulation System is slipping up to 19 months; and the Air Force...

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