Equitable Cost Sharing Questioned on NATO's Airborne Early Warning and Control Program
GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE WASHINGTON DC
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The willingness of the United States to make extraordinary cost concessions, accept caveats to a Multilateral Memorandum of Understanding which could result in either program reductions or additional program cost increases being absorbed by the United States, and agree to separate projects as compensation for program participation, raise serious questions as to whether equitable cost sharing on NATOs Airborne Early Warning and Control AEWC program is being achieved. Also, this situation brings into question how much the United States will pay to complete the program and how far it should go unilaterally to ensure the programs success.
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