Grundman Discusses Defense Authorization Bills on “This Week in Defense News with Vago Muradian”

31 May 2015

Appearing in two segments of Sunday’s broadcast, Grundman discusses his views about the defense reform proposals embodied in the defense authorization bills for 2016 that have been proposed by the Armed Services Committees of the House and Senate. Responding to… 
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Grundman Cited In Defense News, “New European UAV Effort Raises Hopes”

25 May 2015

“A US analyst was ambivalent about whether Europe could pull it off. ‘If this is an old fashioned transnational cooperation development with modest technical ambition and a more economic motivation, meaning the sharing of production costs, then it does not sound promising,’ said Steven Grundman, a Lund fellow at… 
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Grundman Cited In Defense News, “Mccain Makes Move To Shift Acquisition Authorities”

23 May 2015

“The idea of handing more acquisition power to the service chiefs was met with mixed reactions. . . . Steve Grundman, principal of Grundman Advisory and Lund Fellow at the Atlantic Council, noted there are other benefits to such a shift,… 
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Grundman Cited In Defense News, “Pentagon’s Cyber Strategy Relies On Deterrence, Industry”

27 April 2015

“Steve Grundman, principal of Grundman Advisory and Lund Fellow at the Atlantic Council . . . sees important symbolism in Carter coming to California and in creating the permanent office there. ‘If we could not get Silicon Valley to come to the Pentagon, we’re going to bring the… 
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Grundman Cited In Aviation Week, “Top Performing Companies Prove Their Business Prowess”

24 April 2015

“Surpassing these trends, however, is the idea that the companies in general are leaner, more efficient and more productive, per worker. If possible, major assets and inventories are placed or left in the hands of others, e.g., shipyards with the government… 
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Aviation Week Publishes Grundman Opinion , “Pentagon’s Offset Strategy Needs A Big Idea”

16 April 2015

Writing in Up Front column of Aviation Week & Space Technology, Steve Grundman offers a critique of Deputy Secretary of Defense Bob Work’s call for a new “offset strategy” to ensure US military dominance into the 21st century. The time is… 
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Grundman appears on “This Week in Defense News with Vago Muradian”

5 April 2015

Appearing in two segments of the roundtable portion of the program, Grundman comments on prospects for the US defense budget in the light of the congressional budget resolution for fiscal year 2016, the influence new Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter… 
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Grundman Cited In Defense News, “Analysts: Sikorsky Decision May Signal Trend”

16 March 2015

“Steve Grundman, principal of Grundman Advisory and Lund Fellow at the Atlantic Council, sees another potential trend, one that could have consequences for the defense industry. ‘While it’s not yet the rule, UTC’s announcement appears to repeat a template of multi-industrials exiting or curtailing their exposure to… 
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Grundman Cited In Defense News, “Experts: Harris Deal Won’t Spark M&A Rush”

9 February 2015

“’The deal, on the back of the Orbital-ATK deal, suggests the first wave of mergers will feature horizontal mergers in the midtier,’ said Steven Grundman, a former Pentagon industrial policy chief who is the principal of the Grundman Advisory consultancy and the Lund fellow at the Atlantic… 
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Aviation Week Publishes Grundman Opinion, “Rethinking Innovation”

5 February 2015

Writing in the Up Front column of Aviation Week & Space Technology, Steve Grundman observes that because “[i]nnovation is back in vogue at the Pentagon . . . the time is right to consider the propensity of the aerospace and defense… 
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