How the Defense Department can improve surge capacity in the supply chain

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In war, the only thing worse than getting there late is running out of ammunition. No one has infinite stockpiles. The drawdown in support of Ukraine has shown the need to boost the surge capacity of the defense industrial base. Now the George Mason University Center for Government Contracting has offered a list of ways to deal with the capacity deficit. To learn more, Federal Drive with Tom Temin spoke with Jerry McGinn, the center’s executive director.

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