A review of the changes in military procurement procedures in recent years. Innovations in the supply and demand for goods and services include new strategic and tactical concepts, new products and technologies, and changes in the firms that comprise the defense industry. These changes have affected the relationship between the government and industry. This Memorandum analyzes procurement policy of the Air Force in particular from 1962 to 1964.
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