DOD details $1.26B in unfunded munitions priorities and other shortfalls nested in $25B end-of-year list

By Tony Bertuca / December 6, 2022 at 4:11 PM
As Congress haggles over an end-of-year spending deal, the Defense Department has sent lawmakers a $25 billion list of unfunded priorities, including $1.26 billion to bolster the industrial base for critical munitions that could play a role in a future Taiwan-China conflict scenario, according to an interview with a senior Pentagon official and a document obtained by Inside Defense . The new list, however, has raised the ire of Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), who, in a new letter to the...

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