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Quick-Reaction Report on the Procurement of the Army Light and Special Division Interim Sensor
INSPECTOR GENERAL DEPT OF DEFENSE ARLINGTON VA
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This is our final quick-reaction report on the Procurement of the Army Light and Special Division Interim Sensor. The original draft of this report was issued on January 23, 1991. After the draft report was issued, a cease-fire was negotiated in the Middle East. Accordingly, the Operation Desert Storm urgency associated with this action is no longer applicable for procuring the Armys interim radar system, the Light and Special Division Interim Sensor LSDIS. In addition, Army comments on the original draft emphasized the need for the LSDIS to interface with the Forward Area Air Defense Command, Control, and Intelligence FAAD C2I. This requirement was not addressed in the original draft report because it was not supported in Army requirements documents. Due to the cease-fire and the Armys comments on the original draft report, the report was revised to focus on the need for the Army to contract for and fully test all operational requirements. The report was reissued in draft form on April 5, 1991.
APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE