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Verfasser:Silberglitt, Richard   i
Titel:Soldier-portable battery supply
Titelzusatz:foreign dependence and policy options
Mitwirkende:Bartis, James T.   i
 Brady, Kyle   i
Institutionen:Acquisition and Technology Policy Center   i
 Rand Corporation   i
 United States / Department of Defense / Office of the Secretary of Defense   i
Verf.angabe:Richard Silberglitt, James T. Bartis, Kyle Brady
Verlagsort:Santa Monica, CA
Umfang:1 Online-Ressource (23 pages)
Fussnoten:"RAND Corporation ; "RR-500-OSD"--Page 4 of cover ; "This study was ... conducted within the Acquisition and Technology Policy Center of the RAND National Defense Research Institute"--Back cover ; Caption title ; Includes bibliographical references (pages 20-22)
Abstract:Batteries are a ubiquitous presence in equipment carried by soldiers and critical to the performance of electronic devices such as radios, computers, night-vision goggles, and laser range finders. These batteries are supplied by a variety of firms, and mostly assembled from cells that are acquired through a supply chain that is driven by commercial applications to mobile phones, laptop computers, tablets, and other electronic devices, and is predominately based in Asia. RAND found that government researchers and program managers and representatives of military battery suppliers have concerns associated with this foreign-dependent supply chain. The report discusses alternative policy options to address these concerns, without evaluating the benefits versus costs of these policy options
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Reproduktion:Print version: Silberglitt, R.S. (Richard S.): Soldier-portable battery supply. - Santa Monica, CA: RAND Corporation, [2014]
Sach-SW:Battery industry
 Business logistics
 United States
 Lithium cells
 Armed Forces ; Procurement
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