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Pentagon acquisition reform can save lives, experts say

October 5, 2015, Washington Examiner

Co-chair of both the International Trade and Finance practice and Aerospace and Defense Industry Group Peter Lichtenbaum discusses the Pentagon’s defense acquisition reform to ensure more efficient transfer of technology to the armed services. Lichtenbaum stresses the importance by saying that in the past decade of war, American lives were needlessly lost because transferring commercial technology to counter roadside bombs to the military took too long.

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