Category Archives: Military Procurement

Military Procurement Process: Changes on the Way?

There are few things more complicated than the Military Procurement Process.  No doubt, rigorous controls are required for certain mission critical functions, but it seems that bureaucratic roadblocks exists at almost every phase of the military procurement process. On the eve of the release of a new framework to improve the military procurement process, Chairman […]

Military Brass Buries $125 Billion in Bureaucratic Waste

In yet another disturbing example of wasteful government spending, the Washington Post reports that the Pentagon brass covered up an internal study suggesting that the military could save $125 billion in bureaucratic waste within 5 years: The Pentagon has buried an internal study that exposed $125 billion in administrative waste in its business operations amid fears Congress […]

SFTT News: Week Ending December 9, 2016

Found below are a few news items that caught my attention this past week. I am hopeful that the titles and short commentary will encourage SFTT readers to click on the embedded links to read more on subjects that may be of interest to them. Drop me an email at if you believe that there are other subjects that are […]

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