$125 Billion in Savings Ignored: Review of DoD’s Efficiency Study

$125 BILLION IN SAVINGS IGNORED: REVIEW OF DOD’S EFFICIENCY STUDY Full House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform Hearing Date: March 21, 2017 PURPOSE: To discuss the findings from a DBB study concluding that DoD could save $125 billion by instituting operational reforms and reducing “back-office” (non-combat) operations. To investigate any deliberate suppression of DBB’s findings, as well as DoD’s progress in implementing necessary human resource and administrative cuts. BACKGROUND: In October 2014, DoD commissioned DBB to perform a comprehensive study to find human resource and back-office administrative cost savings so that the Department could reallocate the funds to war-time operations and … Continue reading