Defense resource issues appear in many guises and often do not come with an identifying label. Nevertheless, they can be loosely grouped into three bins: (1) Specific investment decisions, (2) Policies affecting a class of resource decisions, (3) Assignment of organizational responsibilities for resource decisions and design of decision making processes. Through the years, IDA has worked extensively on issues in each of these categories, as is illustrated in the articles in this issue of Research Notes.
- Evaluating the Costs and Benefits of Competition for Joint Strike Fighter Engines
- Analysis and Forecasts of TRICARE Costs
- Cost Savings from the Post-Cold War Consolidation of the Defense Industrial Base: A Case Study of the Shipyards
- The Effects of Reserve Component Mobilization on Employers
- Does DoD Profit Policy Sufficiently Motivate Defense Contractors?
- Auctions in Military Compensation