industrial preparedness

industrial preparedness

The state of preparedness of industry to produce essential materiel to support the national military objectives.
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In considering the future of land, sea and air operations, the Army Ordnance Association was founded in 1919 with the motto, "Pledged to industrial preparedness for war as one of our Nation's strongest guaranties of peace."
Think tanks, policy centers, and academic institutions and individuals are also involved in the industrial preparedness of the JLEnt.
Libicki spent 12 years at the National Defense University, three years on the Navy staff as program sponsor for industrial preparedness, and three years as a policy analyst for the US General Accounting Office's Energy and Minerals Division.) * In partnership with The Mark News
Deletes unnecessary text on GSA Federal Supply Schedules; deletes text on the Defense National Stockpile and the acquisition of helium, as these issues are adequately addressed in the FAR; deletes obsolete text on the DoD Industrial Preparedness Production Planning Program; and relocates to PGI, procedures for ordering from central nonprofit agencies, for acquisition of items under the DoD Coordinated Acquisition Program, for contracting or performing field service functions for NASA, for use of the DoD Precious Metals Recovery Program, and for use of enterprise software agreements for acquiring commercial software and related services.
and international members of these industries in both defense and nondefense environments and by preparing policy options to enhance industrial preparedness.
From the beginning, the [HCUA] had pointed out that these work stoppages were led by known Communists, and that the Party's program called for such interference with our military and industrial preparedness. Damage was incalculable."
Although it lacked significant statutory authority and competed with other agencies and boards, the WIB ultimately made the idea of industrial preparedness more acceptable, particularly in the war's aftermath - an essential step in facilitating the civil-military ties required by modern warfare.
"It was at that same time in the mid-'80s that Jackie Ross took over as executive vice president of the chamber and the city's industrial preparedness began to turn around," Partlow says.
has devoted its energies continuously to the advancement of sound principles of industrial preparedness and ordnance development," said Maj.
That same year, Crowell and his associates formed the Army Ordnance Association (AOA) to assist in "effecting industrial preparedness for war as being one of the nation's strongest guarantees of peace" and "stimulating interest in the design and production of ordnance material."
This led to the formation of the Army Ordnance Association, NDIA's precursor, to ensure industrial preparedness that could help deter future conflict and ensure effective manufacturing support to the military when deterrence failed.
Crowell called for permanent and systematic measures to ensure during peacetime senior government and military leaders gave industrial preparedness the consideration its wartime importance demands.

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