The Naval Ordnance Station Louisville: A Case Study of Privatization-in-Place

Report Number: UMD-CM-05-018

Series: Contract Management

Category: Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs)

Report Series: Case Study

Authors: William Lucyshyn, Stephanie Novello

Title: The Naval Ordnance Station Louisville: A Case Study of Privatization-in-Place

Published: 2005-08-01

Sponsored By: Acquisition Research Program

Status: Published--Unlimited Distribution

Research Type: Other Research Faculty

Full Text URL: http://acquisitionresearch.net/files/FY2005/UMD-CM-05-018.pdf

Keywords: Naval Ordnance Station Louisville (NOSL), Privatization-in-Place

Abstract:

On the afternoon of March 7, 1996, Mike Seale, then Director of Public/Private Partnering for United Defense, waited anxiously while the Louisville/Jefferson County Redevelopment Authority (LJCRA) in Kentucky deliberated over the fate of the Naval Ordnance Station Louisville (NOSL). Seale and Tom Rabaut, the President/CEO of United Defense had just presented a proposal to the LJCRA for United Defense to privatize the Naval Ordnance Station