Navy Cost Estimate for the Realignment of the Naval Sea Systems Command from Arlington, Virginia.
INSPECTOR GENERAL DEPT OF DEFENSE ARLINGTON VA
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We are providing this report for your information and use. The audit was made in response to a congressional request by Congressman Floyd D. Spence, regarding a Navy review of the scheduled move of the Naval Sea Systems Command NAVSEA. The Deputy Secretary of Defense requested the Navy review of cost estimates based on Senator Charles S. Robbs concern over the wide disparity between the Cost of Base Realignment Actions computer model COBRA estimate of 74.5 million and the Navys economic analysis estimate of 218 million for the realignment of NAVSEA. The Deputy Secretary of Defense directed the Navy to review the cost estimates to provide assurance that the 1993 Defense base realignment and closure BRAC decision remained valid. The Inspector General, DoD, agreed to review the Navy results for accuracy and reasonableness.
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