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Results in Brief
DOD Continues to Have Problems That Hinder Progress in
Implementing Its Corrosion Prevention and Mitigation Strategy
Most Major Defense Acquisition Programs We Reviewed Have Not
Incorporated Key Elements of Corrosion Prevention Planning
Recommendations for Executive Action
Agency Comments and Our Evaluation
Appendix I Defense Science Board Recommendations 22
Appendix II Scope and Methodology 23
Appendix III Organizational Structure of DOD's Corrosion
Appendix IV Corrosion Prevention Planning in Selected Major
Defense Acquisition Programs 27
Appendix V Comments from the Department of Defense 29
Appendix VI GAO Contact and Staff Acknowledgments 34
Table 1: Corrosion Cost Segments and Estimated Completion
GAO-07-618 Defense Management
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