DEFCOM

AcronymDefinition
DEFCOMDefense Command
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A strong economy discourages defcom. Even double-digit cost increases are insufficient to drive change while the economy thrives and talent is scarce.
When unwanted intruders are detected an alarm is triggered at Defcom's surveillance centre in Stockholm.
Defcom has also opened a new network monitoring centre which will work 24-hours/day, 365 days/year.
where WBDGT is the service weapon budget; ACONC (or UCONC) is program Concentration levels for program budget amounts (or for unit costs, controlling for the number of weapons procured); DEFCOM (defense commitment) is the service budget for nonweapons and includes R&D, O&M, and "procurement" (other than designated aircraft, missiles, ships, or combat vehicles); OMTOFF is the budgetary trade-off between O&M and procurement (a ratio of O&M to the combined O&M and procurement budgets); MISEMP (mission emphasis) is the proportion of the weapon budget devoted to combat platforms, and RDBLNC is the balance between R&D and procurement spending (here, conceived as an interaction term).
For one thing, the equation posits weapon budgets to be positively related to the executive commitment to nonweapon defense spending (DEFCOM).
The programme included personnel reductions of a total of approximately 60 persons and the winding up of the business ProAct Defcom AB.
Tackling those subjects are media broker Doug Ferber of DEFcom Advisors ; Bruce Mittman and Jim Leven, the leaders of radio broadcasting company Community Broadcasters ; and Erwin Krasnow , a partner at Washington law firm Garvey Schubert Barer, who share their thoughts with RBR+TVBR's Adam R Jacobson in this 14-minute audio presentation.
The Defence Minister was speaking at Defcom India 2009 seminar themed on "Informatics for Defence Transformation and Technology Development in the Information Age".
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Also sharing their thoughts are media broker Doug Ferber of DEFcom Advisors and Bruce Mittman and Jim Leven -- the leaders of radio broadcasting company Community Broadcasters.
That's the theme for a limited series of Deal Killer podcasts produced by Dallas-based media broker Doug Ferber, CEO of DEFcom Advisors, and Erwin Krasnow, a partner at Washington, D.C.
To best answer that, a series of podcasts was created at the 2018 NAB Show in Las Vegas exclusively forRBR+TVBRmembers by Doug Ferber , CEO of DEFcom Advisors, and Erwin Krasnow , the co-chair of the Communications Group of Garvey Schubert Barer law firm.