Coast guard : as deepwater systems integrator, coast guard Is reassessing costs and capabilities but lags in applying its disciplined acquisition approach.
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Coast guard : as deepwater systems integrator, coast guard Is reassessing costs and capabilities but lags in applying its disciplined acquisition approach.

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      668443628
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      NTL-MARINE/WATERWAYS TRANSPORTATION-U.S. Coast Guard;NTL-PLANNING AND POLICY-PLANNING AND POLICY;NTL-LAWS AND REGULATIONS-Federal Laws;NTL-LAWS AND REGULATIONS-Marine Laws and Regulations;
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      The Deepwater Program includes efforts to build or modernize ships and aircraft and to procure other capabilities. In 2002, the Coast Guard contracted with Integrated Coast Guard Systems (ICGS) to manage the acquisition as systems integrator. After a series of project failures, the Coast Guard announced in April 2007 that it would take over the lead role, with future work on individual assets bid competitively, and a program baseline of $24.2 billion was set. In June 2008, GAO reported on the Coast Guard’s progress and made several recommendations, which the Coast Guard and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) have addressed. In response to a Senate report accompanying the DHS Appropriations Bill, 2009, GAO addressed (1) efforts to manage Deepwater, (2) changes in cost and schedule of the assets, and (3) efforts to build an acquisition workforce. GAO reviewed Coast Guard and DHS documents and interviewed officials.
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