The Research, Development, Test and Evaluation Incremental Programming Policy at Department of Defense In-House RDT&E Activities.
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The evolution of the Congressional power of the purse led to more Congressional control of the Research, Development, Test and Evaluation RDTE appropriation. One method of control was the RDTE Incremental Programming Policy. The impact and implementation of the Policy at Department of Defense in house RDTE Activities is examined in this report. Questionnaires and interviews were used for research data. Conclusions are that the RDTE Incremental Programming Policy has had an impact at these Activities. However, administrative implementation within the Air Force, Army and Navy has had no major effect. Responses between the services to particular issues are different. Author
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