1965-02-01

Project Management - General Purpose Vehicles 650123

New managerial procedures which emerged as a result of the U. S. Army reorganization in August 1962, were drastic departures from the traditional “chain of command” management previously employed. One of the most far reaching changes made along these lines was the appointment of project managers, each in full control of a particular high dollar item important to the overall defense posture. One such class of specifically managed projects is general purpose vehicles. Through the employment of management practices pioneered by this project managership, considerable savings to the Government were achieved.

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