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New Applications for ARPANET Developed Information Processing Technology. Volume I. On the Automation of the Procurement Process: Present Status, Feasibility for Improvements, Proposed Next Steps, and Payoffs.

Author: Carson E AgnewPaul BaranDavid C CaulkinsVinton G CerfRonald C CraneAll authors
Publisher: Ft. Belvoir Defense Technical Information Center 03 FEB 1975.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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The report discusses technical and economic feasibility of widespread computer-netting technology to aid DOD procurement effectiveness, and describes procurement automation system development, the software and hardware required, and provides a hardware configuration. Next steps are logically detailed in a procurement automation system. Cost-benefit analysis and a survey of procurement automation systems presently in  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Carson E Agnew; Paul Baran; David C Caulkins; Vinton G Cerf; Ronald C Crane; CABLEDATA ASSOCIATES INC PALO ALTO CALIF.
OCLC Number: 227378989
Notes: See also Volume 2, AD/A-006 901.
Description: 112 p.

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The report discusses technical and economic feasibility of widespread computer-netting technology to aid DOD procurement effectiveness, and describes procurement automation system development, the software and hardware required, and provides a hardware configuration. Next steps are logically detailed in a procurement automation system. Cost-benefit analysis and a survey of procurement automation systems presently in use is provided. It is indicated that savings in excess of $1 billion per year might be achievable in the future.

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