How is the DoD Logistics Transformation Going?
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This Draft Report (Unrestricted) documents a memo that I wrote to Michael Rich in response to the question stated in the title: How is the DoD logistics transformation going? His question was motivated by the advent of a new administration in Washington that had stated its intent to make reform of the military an early top priority. My purpose was to formulate an answer that was informed by the logistics research conducted in RAND's three FFRDCs. As the footnotes attest, I drew primarilyl on published studies of the past few years, but I have also cited some unpublished research.
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