Army needs new starts, $544M shift in FY-18 to implement network plan

By Jason Sherman / September 29, 2017 at 2:36 PM
The Army's plan to overhaul its tactical networks is predicated on winning permission from Congress to reallocate $544 million in fiscal year 2018 between 15 different budget accounts, and securing authorization for five new-start projects the service argues are necessary to execute its new mission command tactical network modernization strategy, according to sources. The service last week sent lawmakers a proposal to radically revise its FY-18 budget by realigning investment spending -- across both research, development test and evaluation accounts...

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