Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) Vehicle Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

This case is about the strategic sourcing process: directing a major acquisition plan with an unprecedented schedule and an unprepared industrial base. Soldiers in Iraq are dying in increasing amounts from improvised explosive devices. Forte vehicles with v shaped undersides to deflect blasts had been developed in Rhodesia and South Africa in the 1970s.

Yet U.S. generation is fewer than 10 vehicles per month because not enough tires, ballistics-grade steel, and other raw materials are accessible. The daunting task: to undertake the quickest vehicle procurement since the Jeep in World War II, ramping up the industrial base, and conquering the bureaucratic logjam in Department of Defense procedures.

PUBLICATION DATE: January 21, 2009 PRODUCT #: UV1090-PDF-ENG

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