House authorizers want LRSO procurement contract award contingent on receiving new cost information

By Briana Reilly / August 25, 2021 at 5:42 PM
House authorizers are seeking to block the Air Force from awarding a procurement contract for its new nuclear cruise missile until officials share updated cost information with lawmakers, according to a new document obtained by Inside Defense . The House Armed Services Committee’s chairman’s mark, obtained today by Inside Defense , follows a new cost projection for the Long-Range Standoff Weapon that showed the program would cost $29 billion, $2 billion more than previously estimated, driven by an increase...

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