"Optimizing transformation in defense," an Accenture whitepaper




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Defense organizations have long since grasped the challenge of transformation to remain effective in a changing world. But their attempts at modernization have not always delivered on their promise of a major shift in agility and improved performance against new criteria. A new type of adversary in well armed and networked terrorist groups working across borders, a challenging fiscal environment driving budget cuts and the rise of the multi-polar defense world and nuclear armed powers have driven fundamental changes in the way that forces must operate. Increasingly geographically dispersed, often structured into smaller units and required to master cutting edge defense technology, defense organizations have had to rethink their approach to collaboration, information sharing and key defense processes like procurement, maintenance and logistics

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