DOD IG: SEWIP blocks 1, 2 will require 'additional funds' to resolve deficiencies

By Justin Katz  
January 12, 2018 at 11:00 AM
Naval Sea Systems Command will spend additional funds to resolve deficiencies on its electronic warfare early detection program after failing to do so before or after entering full-rate production, according to a Defense Department audit. The DOD inspector general found that NAVSEA's program executive office for integrated warfare systems above water sensors "did not effectively develop and manage electronic warfare capabilities for blocks 1B1 and 1B2" of the Surface Electronic Warfare Improvement (SEWIP) program. The report concludes the program will...

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