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The Resource US defense budget outcomes : volatility and predictability in army weapons funding, Heidi Brockmann Demarest

US defense budget outcomes : volatility and predictability in army weapons funding, Heidi Brockmann Demarest

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US defense budget outcomes : volatility and predictability in army weapons funding
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US defense budget outcomes
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volatility and predictability in army weapons funding
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Heidi Brockmann Demarest
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United States defense budget outcomes
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volatility and predictability in army weapons funding
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eng
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Demarest, Heidi Brockmann,
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355.6/22973
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US defense budget outcomes : volatility and predictability in army weapons funding, Heidi Brockmann Demarest
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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Contents
  • Acknowledgments; Contents; List of Tables; List of Figures; 1 Why the Defense Budget Is Worth Considering; 1.1 Introduction to the Defense Budget; 1.1.1 Size and Scope; 1.1.2 The Unpredictable Stryker Problem; 1.1.3 Public Budgeting: Conventional Wisdom; 1.2 Volatility in Budgeting: A Roadmap; 1.2.1 Understanding Budgeting and Defense Acquisition; 1.2.2 Uncovering Turmoil in Stable Budgets; 1.2.3 Some Explanations for Funding Volatility; 1.2.4 Army Engagement with Congress; 1.2.5 The Informal Budget Process; References; 2 Congress Reviews the Army's Budget
  • 2.1 February: The Budget Request Arrives on Capitol Hill2.2 March-April: DASC Parades; 2.3 May-August: Marks; 2.4 September: The Budget; 3 An Acquisition and Budgeting Primer; 3.1 The Defense Acquisition Life Cycle; 3.1.1 The Condemned Crusader; 3.1.2 Acquisition Basics; 3.1.3 The Evolution of Defense Acquisition Policy; 3.1.4 Why the Defense Acquisition System Works, and Doesn't; 3.1.5 Budgeting Implications of the Defense Acquisition System; 3.1.6 An Acquisition Footnote: The MRAP; 3.2 The Defense Budgeting Process; 3.2.1 The Pentagon's Budget Cycle
  • 3.2.2 Congress and the President's Budget Request3.2.3 Critical Relationships in Defense Acquisition and Budgeting; 3.3 Additional Influences on the Defense Budgeting Process; 3.3.1 The Defense Industry; 3.3.2 The Media; 3.3.3 The Office of the Secretary of Defense; 3.3.4 The Influence of Process on Program Funding; References; 4 Uncovering Turmoil in Stable Budgets; 4.1 Aggregate Budgets Are Incremental; 4.1.1 Domestic Agency Budgets Are Incremental; 4.1.2 The Defense Budget Is Incremental; 4.1.3 The Army Budget Is Incremental; 4.2 Army Program Funding is Not Incremental
  • 4.2.1 The Hippo, the Bradley, and Aerial Common Sensor4.2.2 Congressional Funding Data; 4.2.3 Volatility in Congressional Marks, Fiscal Year 2007; 4.2.4 Volatility in Congressional Marks, Fiscal Years 2004-2009; 4.2.5 How Persistent Are Non-incremental Budget Outcomes?; References; 5 Some Explanations for Budget Volatility; 5.1 Program-Specific Factors; 5.1.1 The Belabored Ground Combat Vehicle; 5.1.2 The Importance of Cost, Schedule, and Performance; 5.1.3 Funding Volatility Is Insensitive to Program Capability; 5.1.4 Funding Volatility Is Insensitive to Program Size; 5.2 Defense Contractors
  • 5.2.1 Geographic and Fiscal Data5.2.2 Funding Volatility Is Insensitive to Vendors; 5.2.3 Feuding Families of Medium Tactical Vehicles; 5.2.4 A Brief Note on Lobbying; 5.3 Congressional Interests Influence Resources; 5.3.1 The Oklahoma Delegation; 5.3.2 Funding Volatility Is Insensitive to States; 5.3.3 Funding Volatility Is Insensitive to Jobs and Elections; 5.3.4 Why the Army Bought New Uniforms for Afghanistan; References; 6 Army Engagement with Congress; 6.1 The Armed Reconnaissance Helicopter; 6.2 How the Army Interacts with Congress
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9783319523019
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US defense budget outcomes : volatility and predictability in army weapons funding, Heidi Brockmann Demarest
Publication
Copyright
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Acknowledgments; Contents; List of Tables; List of Figures; 1 Why the Defense Budget Is Worth Considering; 1.1 Introduction to the Defense Budget; 1.1.1 Size and Scope; 1.1.2 The Unpredictable Stryker Problem; 1.1.3 Public Budgeting: Conventional Wisdom; 1.2 Volatility in Budgeting: A Roadmap; 1.2.1 Understanding Budgeting and Defense Acquisition; 1.2.2 Uncovering Turmoil in Stable Budgets; 1.2.3 Some Explanations for Funding Volatility; 1.2.4 Army Engagement with Congress; 1.2.5 The Informal Budget Process; References; 2 Congress Reviews the Army's Budget
  • 2.1 February: The Budget Request Arrives on Capitol Hill2.2 March-April: DASC Parades; 2.3 May-August: Marks; 2.4 September: The Budget; 3 An Acquisition and Budgeting Primer; 3.1 The Defense Acquisition Life Cycle; 3.1.1 The Condemned Crusader; 3.1.2 Acquisition Basics; 3.1.3 The Evolution of Defense Acquisition Policy; 3.1.4 Why the Defense Acquisition System Works, and Doesn't; 3.1.5 Budgeting Implications of the Defense Acquisition System; 3.1.6 An Acquisition Footnote: The MRAP; 3.2 The Defense Budgeting Process; 3.2.1 The Pentagon's Budget Cycle
  • 3.2.2 Congress and the President's Budget Request3.2.3 Critical Relationships in Defense Acquisition and Budgeting; 3.3 Additional Influences on the Defense Budgeting Process; 3.3.1 The Defense Industry; 3.3.2 The Media; 3.3.3 The Office of the Secretary of Defense; 3.3.4 The Influence of Process on Program Funding; References; 4 Uncovering Turmoil in Stable Budgets; 4.1 Aggregate Budgets Are Incremental; 4.1.1 Domestic Agency Budgets Are Incremental; 4.1.2 The Defense Budget Is Incremental; 4.1.3 The Army Budget Is Incremental; 4.2 Army Program Funding is Not Incremental
  • 4.2.1 The Hippo, the Bradley, and Aerial Common Sensor4.2.2 Congressional Funding Data; 4.2.3 Volatility in Congressional Marks, Fiscal Year 2007; 4.2.4 Volatility in Congressional Marks, Fiscal Years 2004-2009; 4.2.5 How Persistent Are Non-incremental Budget Outcomes?; References; 5 Some Explanations for Budget Volatility; 5.1 Program-Specific Factors; 5.1.1 The Belabored Ground Combat Vehicle; 5.1.2 The Importance of Cost, Schedule, and Performance; 5.1.3 Funding Volatility Is Insensitive to Program Capability; 5.1.4 Funding Volatility Is Insensitive to Program Size; 5.2 Defense Contractors
  • 5.2.1 Geographic and Fiscal Data5.2.2 Funding Volatility Is Insensitive to Vendors; 5.2.3 Feuding Families of Medium Tactical Vehicles; 5.2.4 A Brief Note on Lobbying; 5.3 Congressional Interests Influence Resources; 5.3.1 The Oklahoma Delegation; 5.3.2 Funding Volatility Is Insensitive to States; 5.3.3 Funding Volatility Is Insensitive to Jobs and Elections; 5.3.4 Why the Army Bought New Uniforms for Afghanistan; References; 6 Army Engagement with Congress; 6.1 The Armed Reconnaissance Helicopter; 6.2 How the Army Interacts with Congress
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ocn981125849
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unknown
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1 online resource
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unknown
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online
Isbn
9783319523019
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unknown
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not applicable
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unknown
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Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)981125849

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