February 28, 2022

Why Better Decision-Making, Not Just Money, Is Key to Military Superiority

Let's face it - China may no longer be a near-peer to the United States, militarily. It’s likely caught up and could even be ahead. Analysis by Govini finds that to gain or keep an advantage, military leaders don’t need more money. They need better decision science. Joining the Federal Drive with Tom Temin to explain, Govini’s vice president of strategy, Billy Fabian.

Listen to the full interview from Federal News Network.

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