January 24, 2020

Armed services continuously make procurement reforms

By Susanna V. Blume

There has been years of continuous procurement reform for the Defense Department. Tinkering by Congress has rendered procurement into a sort of laboratory. And each of the armed services is running its own experiments according to Susanna Blume, is senior fellow and director of defense programs at the Center for a New American Security. She joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin to explain.

Listen to the full conversation in Federal News Network.

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