Cost Overruns on Weapons Systems
Witnesses testified on a new Government Accountability Office (GAO) report that found that most Defense Department major weapons systems cost more to develop than the Pentagon had planned.
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Richard Burke Deputy Director Department of Defense->Cost Assessment and Program Evaluation
- Scott Brown U.S. Senator [R] Massachusetts
- Thomas "Tom" R. Carper U.S. Senator [D] Delaware
- Thomas "Tom" A. Coburn M.D. U.S. Senator [R] Oklahoma
- Frank Kendall III Principal Deputy Undersecretary Department of Defense->Acquisition, Technology and Logistics
- Rob Portman U.S. Senator [R] Ohio
- Mark Pryor U.S. Senator [D] Arkansas
- Moshe Schwartz Analyst Congressional Research Service->Defense Acquisition Policy
- Michael Sullivan Director Government Accountability Office->Acquisition and Sourcing Management
- John J. Young Jr. Undersecretary Department of Defense->Acquisition, Technology and Logistics
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