//’ ‘) I -’ -ii ; DEFENSE DlWlSlON ,\i 13 llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll LM095640 .4 ’ I --Ititiate a rwkw of the produet impro~ole pmgecta still being perfQma by t ions ctxn- lganaes strbotifmt@ irsstal ions to dete if these projects had been approve th? officea of both the Deputy chief of staff for sties and tkx! AsslsWt chief of Staff for Force opment, ami to detezmine if tbis situation etists at other sub~riaste commands of the v. s. Ar?ay --&via@ Amy Re Ion 700-35 to t n control over tbis UB@of fu prodtact l?np In wiew of tbet above9 we do not plan. to pursue our assigrpnent fur- ther at 8 tw. we a follow-up review of t&e A *s pro&let the Away's affee- tiv-emss ia ztatplwati~ a%3 xv3tied a R@g;uhtion 700.35. Copies of tbia letter are kming mart to&q to the Secm*~ of the AITQT,the Dtzxxtor of Defenee emcb r8ng, am3 the Asaiet- ant §ee~gtap~rof &&me (Em at%ons iC$S). -2-
Need for Better Controls Over Development and Product Improvement of Munitions
Published by the Government Accountability Office on 1971-06-01.
Below is a raw (and likely hideous) rendition of the original report. (PDF)