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DoD starts to see results of spending reforms
Friday - 10/22/2010, 4:26pm EDT
According to the American Forces Press Service, Gates' push to change the DoD's approach to military acquisition means just about every DoD official has had to take a hard look at how the department is staffed, organized and operated.
Lynn described the reforms as a four-track approach that includes shifting $100 billion from overhead to warfighting accounts, reforming the acquisition process and a reduction in the number of headquarters.
Lynn said the biggest challenge to instill a culture of savings at the department is changing the way people think.
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