Grundman cited in Aviation Week & Space Technology, “Global A&D Suppliers Continue Flocking to U.S.”

2 July 2015

Aviation Week’s business editor, Michael Bruno, covered the most recent event in the Atlantic Council’s Captains of Industry series, entitled, “Coming to America: Global Suppliers for Defense and Security”. Moderated by the series’ producer, Lund Fellow Steven Grundman, the panel… 
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Grundman cited in Defense News, “Global Suppliers Still Coming to America”

29 June 2015

“‘Every one of these companies is a great defense company creating business opportunities in the United States,’ moderator Steve Grundman told a select audience June 24, as he introduced the US-based presidents and chief operating [sic] officers of four major… 
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Aviation Week Publishes Grundman Opinion, “How M&A Is Remaking Aerospace”

25 June 2015

Writing in the Up Front column of Aviation Week & Space Technology, Steve Grundman takes stock of how mergers and acquisitions are reshaping the structure of the aerospace and defense industry: “Five years beyond the inflection marked by the Great… 
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Grundman cited in Defense News, “Harris Completes Speedy Exelis Acquisition”

1 June 2015

“One reason the acquisition proceeded so smoothly, analysts said, was the lack of any major anti-trust issues that might have given government regulators a reason to take a closer look at the deal. ‘There were no show-stoppers in the government’s… 
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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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