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Military Procurement: Air Force Should Terminate More Contracts for On-Order Excess Spare Parts
[Technical Report, Congressional Report]
GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTABILITY OFFICE
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As requested, we are reporting the results of our review of Air Force procedures and practices for terminating procurements of excess on order recoverable aircraft spare parts. The objective of our review was to determine whether the Air Force Logistics Command AFLC adequately considers the cost effectiveness of terminating contracts for excess on-order material. Our review covered two of the Air Forces five air logistics centers ALCS-Sacramento and San Antonio. We found that terminations should be increased, thereby reducing the governments procurement and inventory holding costs and providing the basis for reduced spares funding requests by the Air Force.
[A, Approved For Public Release]