As Regards the Comparison of Organizational and Normative Bases for the Development (Upgrading) of Weapons and Military Equipment Samples in the USA and Ukraine: Metrological Support
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development and modernization, samples of armaments and military equipment, metrological support

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Boyko, V., Nozhenko, A., Rondin, Y., & Merkulov, A. (2019). As Regards the Comparison of Organizational and Normative Bases for the Development (Upgrading) of Weapons and Military Equipment Samples in the USA and Ukraine: Metrological Support. Metrology and Instruments, (3), 61-66. https://doi.org/10.33955/2307-2180(3)2019.61-66

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The analysis of the measures to be carried out during the development (upgrading) of samples of armaments and military equipment carried out through the prism of the current order of supporting the development of armaments in Ukraine and the analysis of the process of development of armaments in the leading countries of the world on the example of the creation and procurement of weapons in the United States. The process of creation and procurement of weapons on the following issues is explored: normative documents regulating the process of creation and procurement of armaments, institutions dealing with the development of rules and regulations governing the development and procurement of weapons, strategic planning and defining the requirements for procurement of weapons, as well as the formation budget (state) applications for a year. Based on the comparison of the organizational and regulatory framework for the development (upgrading) of weapons in the United States and Ukraine, the main problem issues that need to be solved in our country are identified in order to improve the process of supporting the development (modernization) of weapons and military equipment, in particular in the field of metrological support.

https://doi.org/10.33955/2307-2180(3)2019.61-66
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