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 SELECTED ACQUISITION REPORT (SAR) SUMMARY TABLESAs of December 31, 2012INDEXSUBJECT PAGESAR Narrative Highlights 1 Program Acquisition Cost 9 Distribution of Cost Changes - Base-Year Dollars 12
 
 
OUSD(AT&L) ARA/AM
 
May 23, 2013
 
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SELECTED ACQUISITION REPORTS - HIGHLIGHTS(As of December 31, 2012)
The Department of Defense (DoD) has released since the December 2011 reporting period.This information is based on the Selected Acquisition Reports (SARs) submitted to the Congress for the December 2012 reporting period.SARs summarize the latest estimates of cost, schedule, and performance status. These reportsare prepared annually in conjunction with submission of the President's Budget. Subsequentquarterly exception reports are required only for those programs experiencing unit cost increases of at least 15 percent or schedule delays of at least six months. Quarterly SARs are also submitted for initial reports, final reports, and for programs that are rebaselined at major milestone decisions.The total program cost estimates provided in the SARs include research and development, procurement, military construction, and acquisition-related operation and maintenance. Total program costs reflect actual costs to date as well as future anticipated costs. All estimates are shownin fully inflated then-year dollars.The current estimate of program acquisition costs for programs covered by SARs for the prior reporting period (December 2011) was $1,617,549.2 million. Final reports submitted for the annualDecember 2011 and for the March 2012, June 2012, and September 2012 quarterly exceptionreporting periods were subtracted. Initial reports for the annual December 2011 and for the March2012, June 2012, and September 2012 quarterly exception reporting periods were added. Finally,the net cost changes for March 2012, June 2012, and September 2012 quarterly exception reporting periods were incorporated.Current Estimate($ in Millions)
December 2011 (83 programs)
 
$ 1,617,549.2
Less final reports on AIM-9X Block I, C-130 Avionics ModernizationProgram (AMP), Chemical Demilitarization-Chemical Materials Agency(Chem Demil-CMA), Cobra Judy Replacement, High Mobility ArtilleryRocket System (HIMARS), Joint Tactical Radio System Ground MobileRadio (JTRS-GMR), Multi-Platform Radar Technology Insertion Program(MP-RTIP), National Polar-Orbiting Operational Environmental SatelliteSystem (NPOESS), Stryker, Thermal Weapon Sight (TWS), and Warfighter Information Network-Tactical (WIN-T) Increment 1-61,541.1Plus initial reports on AIM-9X Block II, Evolved Expendable LaunchVehicle (EELV), Ground/Air Task Oriented Radar (G/ATOR), PaladinIntegrated Management (PIM), Ship to Shore Connector (SSC), and Thermal Weapon Sight (TWS)+59,377.2 Net cost changes reported as of March 2012, June 2012, and September 2012 quarterly exception SARs-1,084.6 
 
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Changes Since Last Report:
 Economic$ +21,816.4Quantity +21,615.6Schedule +436.3Engineering -29.9Estimating -2,561.4Other 0.0Support -1,659.3Net Cost Change$ +39,617.7Plus Ballistic Missile Defense System (BMDS) development, procurement, and construction funding for Fiscal Year (FY) 2018; previous reports limited total funding through FY 2017+7,064.9
December 2012 (78 programs)
 
$ 1,660,983.3
 For the December 2012 reporting period, there is a net cost increase of $39,617.7 million or +2.44 percent for the 78 programs that have reported previously in SARs. This cost increase is due primarily to the application of higher escalation rates (+$21,816.4 million), a net increase in planned quantities to be purchased (+$21,615.6 million), and a net stretch-out of development and  procurement schedules (+$436.3 million). These increases were partially offset by net decreases in program cost estimates (-$2,561.4 million), engineering changes to hardware/ software (-$29.9million) and reductions in associated support requirements (-$1,659.3 million).
New SARs
DoD is submitting initial SARs for the following programs as of the December 2012 reporting period. These reports do not represent cost growth. The baselines established on these programs will be the point from which future changes will be measured.ProgramCurrent Estimate($ in Millions)Airborne Warning and Control System (AWACS) Block 40/45 Upgrade
 
$2,753.1B61 Modification 12 Life Extension Program (LEP) Tailkit Assembly(TKA)
 
1,451.8Global Positioning System’s Next Generation Operational Control System(GPS OCX)3,412.4Joint Light Tactical Vehicle (JLTV)
 
31,108.2Total$ 38,725.5

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