Analytics of Third-party Claim Recovery for Military Aircraft Engine Warranties
Reports findings on whether recovery firms could be employed to assist the US armed forces with their warranty claims for aircraft engines. It finds using contractors would be effective, but it is unlikely to yield substantial benefits as the military's use of engine warranties decreases.
Preliminaries; PREFACE; SUMMARY; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS; ACRONYMS; Analytics of Third-Party Claim Recovery for Military Aircraft Engine Warranties; There Are Two Main Types of Warranty; Industry Reporting Indicates Forensic Auditors Find Many Sources of Extra Value; The Team Contacted These Air Carriers Known to Have Been Giro Clients; Airlines Enjoy More Flexible Business Practices Than the Services; Main Concerns Voiced by Officials; Contractor Personnel Would Be in the Way, Impose Extra Work on Military; Few Engines Remain Under Warranty; OSD Recognizes Data Necessary. We Extrapolated from the GE Data to Estimate the Value of Engine WarrantiesBIBLIOGRAPHY; Electronic reproduction.Available via World Wide Web.
- Dewey Decimal: 358.41621
- Language: eng
- Physical Description: 56 p.
- Edition Info: (electronic bk.)
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