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Request and Response Processes for Department of Defense Support during Domestic Disasters
The United States Department of Defense (DoD) is a well-equipped and well-trained federal agency capable of providing assistance to relief efforts in a domestic disaster. However, the existence ofExpand
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Services Acquisition in the DOD: A Comparison of Management Practices in the Army, Navy, and Air Force
Abstract : This article presents the results of empirical studies of current practices in services acquisition in the Army,Navy, and Air Force. The authors studied the management practices in areasExpand
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The Impact of Check Sequencing on NSF (Not-Sufficient Funds) Fees
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In a wave of litigation that has escalated into several class-action lawsuits, banks have been charged with sequencing checks unfairly to obtain higher fees for not-sufficient funds (NSF). Expand
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An optimization approach to strategic sourcing: A case study of the United States Air Force
Abstract The DoD annually procures billions of dollars worth of systems, supplies, and services in support of the national military strategy. Faced with budget cuts and other resource constraints,Expand
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Managing the Services Supply Chain in the Department of Defense: Empirical Study of the Current Management Practices in the Army
Abstract : This paper presents the results of the fourth research project in our ongoing research on the management of services acquisition in the Department of Defense. In this empirical study, weExpand
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Casualty Collection Points Optimization: A Study for the District of Columbia
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A casualty collection point CCP is a single, predetermined location that is organized, staffed, and equipped to provide decontamination if required, emergency medical assessment, treatment, and, where necessary, onward transportation of victims of a mass casualty incident. Expand
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Services Supply Chain in the Department of Defense: Drivers of Acquisition Management Practices in the Army
Abstract : In this research, we reviewed contract files and interviewed subject matter experts to collect and analyze data regarding the Army's contract and management practices in the acquisition ofExpand
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When Disaster Strikes Is Logistics and Contracting Support Ready
Abstract : Recent crisis responses, including the Department of Defense (DoD) and the United States (U.S.) integrated response to the 7.0-magnitude earthquake in Haiti, in which the DoD played aExpand
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Services Supply Chain in the Department of Defense: A Comparison of Acquisition Management Practices in the Army, Navy, and Air Force
Abstract : This paper presents the results of our empirical studies of current management practices in services acquisition in the Army, Navy, and Air Force. The primary objective of these studiesExpand
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Supply Chain Networks for Perishable and Essential Commodities: Design and Vulnerabilities
This paper presents the results of our case-based research into the causes and remedies of fresh produce supply chain disruptions resulting from contamination. The research was motivated by theExpand
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