Most recently, a Defense Science Board report noted almost wistfully that DoD should adopt "commonplace tenets of good management practice that abound in the commercial sector" (Defense Science Board 2008 report, "Defense Imperatives for the New Administration").
What does DSBR stand for?
DSBR stands for Defense Science Board Report
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- Military and Government
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- Digital Signage Broadcast Network (Canada)
- Discrete Shipping Beam - Noise Model
- District School Board of Niagara
- Dynamic Small Business Network (Australia)
- Division of Small Business Opportunity (Colorado)
- Double Step Buried Oxide
- District School Board Ontario North East (Canada)
- Decrease in Systolic Blood Pressure
- Double-Strand DNA-Binding Protein
- District School Board of Pasco County (Florida)
- Double-Strand Break Repair (DNA)
- Defense Science Board Report on Specifications and Standards (1977)
- Danish Society for Biopharmaceutical Statistics
- Department of Small Business Services (New York, NY)
- Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences (various locations)
- Driving Schools Booking Services (England, UK)
- Dynamic Small Business Search (US SBA)
- Double Side-Band Suppressed Carrier (also seen as DSB-SC)
- Dead Sea Beach Tours (Jordan)
- Donor-Specific Blood Transfusion
Samples in periodicals archive:
A recent Defense Science Board Report titled, "Creating a National Security Industrial Base for the 21st Century: An Action Plan to Address the Coming Crisis," concluded that Defense Department policies actually impede the transition to an affordable military force for the 21st century.
We reviewed the areas of vulnerability that DOD faces with regard to contracting fraud, waste, and abuse, and the recent initiatives that DOD has taken to address these vulnerabilities, including actions DOD has taken in response to a March 2005 Defense Science Board report on management oversight in acquisition organizations.
The much-publicized Defense Science Board report on the health of the industrial base summarized the problem: "Key personnel are leaving or retiring, and recruitment and retention of high quality technical and management people is very difficult.