Armed Services Given Larger Say In Strategic Review's Endgame

By Christopher J. Castelli / May 29, 2013 at 8:18 PM
Facing pushback from the military's top brass about countless budget-cutting drills in a review intended to address the Defense Department's huge fiscal challenges, Pentagon officials recently asked service leaders to develop their own proposed cuts for achieving the savings required by sequestration. The Strategic Choices and Management Review, chartered by Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel, has been supported by a complex network of working groups and subpanels overseen by Christine Fox, the head of the Pentagon's cost assessment and program evaluation...

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