Our average EMD program for a Major Defense Acquisition Program (MDAP) over the last 20 years has overrun by a little under 30 percent.
What does MDAP stand for?
MDAP stands for Major Defense Acquisition Program (US DoD)
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
See other definitions of MDAP
We have 15 other meanings of MDAP in our Acronym Attic
- MIDB Data Access Layer
- Mutton Dressed As Lamb
- Metropolitan Delta Adult Literacy Council
- Medical Devices Active Licence Listing (Canada)
- Marraines D. Allaitement Maternel (French: Network of Breastfeeding Godmothers)
- Million Diamond Agency Manager
- Michigan Democratic Action Network (Lansing, MI)
- Mood Disorders Association of Ontario (Canada)
- Multidisciplinary Analysis and Optimization
- Mutual Defense Assistance Office
- Mean Distal Aortic Pressure
- Mental Disability Advocacy Program
- Meso-Diaminopimelic Acid (bacteriology)
- Multi Directory Access Protocol (multicast request)
- Multiple-Direction Amplitude Panning (electronics)
- Mutual Defense Assistance Program
- Mysteries of the Divine Apprenticeship Program (Witches Collective)
- Major Defense Acquisition Programs
- M-ary Differentially-Encoded Amplitude- and Phase-Shift Keying
- Mojave Desert Air Quality Management District (California)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The UH-72A is a Defense Acquisition Category (ACAT) I major defense acquisition program, and marked one of the most rapid introductions of a new aircraft in the U.
290) In seeking to determine lessons learned from successful programs, the GAO issued a report in 2010 detailing its examination of the DOD major defense acquisition program (MDAP) portfolio.
July 21 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Rule changes proposed by the Department of Defense on organizational conflicts of interest (OCI) in major defense acquisition programs are inconsistent with the goals of the government's Weapons Systems Acquisition Reform Act (WSARA) of 2009, says TASC, Inc.
Over a 40-year period, actual costs for Major Defense Acquisition Programs (NDAP) between Milestone B (the transition between technology development and engineering development) and program completion exceeded the original estimates by an average of 45 percent for the DoD overall and 54 percent for the Air Force.
The Act established the goal for Department of Defense (DOD) to ensure that within five years of enactment, that key positions are performed by properly qualified members of each Major Defense Acquisition Program (MDAP) and each Major Automated Information System Program (MAIS).
On that day, three business tools displayed authoritative data from 12 Major Defense Acquisition Programs on demand for the Weapon Systems Lifecycle Management (WSLM) Core Business Mission (CBM) senior steering group and invited DoD executive leadership.
The program is currently designated as an ACAT ID major defense acquisition program, based on the total procurement value of over $10 billion.