As the intricateness of the DOD’s budget request for the fiscal year commencing on October 2021 is about to get unleashed to Congress and the public, skeptics of the nation’s investment in defense systems ask pretentious questions to the authorities. The claim that they promulgated the most is that why should the DOD’s be given the cutting-edge when it can’t handle a simple audit.
It’s a downright fact that the DOD’s has not yet circumvented the hurdle of passing a fully examined and comprehensive audit stating information on everything that it owes and owns. But on a larger scale, the military systems have been involved in hundreds of concrete audits each year-scrutinizing programs, contracts, and annual payments.
The health departments to proceed rapidly with the Covid-19 response needed real-time data and figures about the situation prevailing across the nation. DOD’s worked proactively to find details on the case count, bed availability, testing results, workforce capacity, hospitalization projections, supply chain orders, and vaccine distribution inside and outside its jurisdiction and network.Advana systems was an exemplary model in relying on the data-driven object rather than prolonging the alarming state of affairs with rescinding this approach for pragmatic and lengthy discussions on calls.