See SCLAR, supra note 5, at 83-84 (discussing the importance of understanding the contractor's context of past operations); Mangold, supra note 24, at 1301-02, 1308-09 (describing the history of private involvement in child welfare).
DONAHUE, supra note 4, at 104-06; LAVERY, supra note 6, at 150; SCLAR, supra note 5, at 13-14, 34-35.
SCLAR, supra note 5, at 69-84; Gilman, supra note 25, at 596-600.
See SCLAR, supra note 5, at 13-14; see also supra note 66 and accompanying text.
166) See SCLAR, supra note 147, at 7, 10 (discussing how the privatization effort in Indianapolis differed from the process in Albany, New York, where the city opted to privatize its municipal vehicle maintenance program).
168) See SCLAR, supra note 147, at 10 ("During [Mayor Goldsmith's] campaign, he often cited the IFS as an exemplary candidate for privatization.
170) See SCLAR, supra note 147, at 10-11 (stating that the union was prepared to fight the privatization).
173) See SCLAR, supra note 147, at 11 (noting that "[the administration] offered [the union] a genuinely `level playing-field' for city teams to compete against private vendors").
174) See SCLAR, supra note 147, at 11 (stating that "the municipal operations shrank itself  from 119 workers down to 84").
The Peruvian navy operates the Selenia-Elsag/Breda SCLAR chaff/IR decoy launcher (Carvajal-class frigate), the MEL/Signaal Scimitar radar jammer and may also make use of both other Italian EW equipment and the French Dagaie decoy launcher.
For its Mariscal Sucre-class frigates, the service has acquired the Italian SCLAR decoy launcher.
The Nigerian navy is reported to have acquired or is acquiring examples of the Selenia-Elsag/Breda SCLAR decoy launcher, the Bofors Protean chaff launcher, the Decca dual-band RCM-2 radar jammer and the Decca RDL 2 intercept receiver.