One of the hottest new trends in defense contracting is actually decades old. Congressional and industrial concern about Washington’s latest, favorite acquisition tool—other transaction agreements (OTA)—could be reemerging even as demand for speedier and more innovative aerospace and defense capabilities takes off. A recent incident arose on Aug. 21, when Alan Shaffer, the Trump administration’s choice to be deputy undersecretary of Defense for acquisition and ...

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