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    The earned value body of knowledge member content open

    By Fleming, Quentin W. | Koppelman, Joel M. Although the concept of earned value originated with industrial engineers in factories at the turn of the century, the collection of knowledge centered on its practical applications has been done…

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    Defeating the cost plus paradigm in defense projects member content open

    By Fletcher, Charles Those of us who grew up in the government contracts business during the ’70s and ’80s should have a good understanding of the Cost Plus concept in pricing a contract. This phenomenon had its…

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    Some thoughts on C/SCSC and the current state of project management tools member content open

    By Feldman, Robert E. Over the past thirty years, organizations and project professionals have continuously expanded their use of cost/schedule control systems criteria (C/SCSC). This article describes the author's…

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    Operations and support cost reduction member content open

    By Riggs, Jeffrey L. Since Desert Storm, there has been continuing pressure to reduce operational and support costs, as well as the length of training courses, in the United States military. This article presents a…

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    New military procurement policy member content open

    By Der Manderosian, Armen “Commercial off-the-shelf’ (COTS) and “non-development item” (NDI) are terms that we in the defense contracting industry are hearing every day. They are the watchwords of a bold new approach our…

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    Excellence in cost, schedule and quality performance member content open

    By Dettbarn, Albert A. | Little, Richard E. | McMullan, A. Dale This article describes GTE's Mobile Subscriber Equipment (MSE) system, a $4.2 billion project that upgraded and integrated the United States Army's prodigious mobile communications systems, and…

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