House bill would cut nearly all FY-23 procurement funds from IVAS

By Evan Ochsner / June 21, 2022 at 5:04 PM
A House subcommittee is seeking to cut nearly all FY-23 procurement funds for the Integrated Visual Augmentation System, according to a draft of the panel's fiscal year 2023 defense spending bill. House appropriators expressed dismay with outstanding questions about the effectiveness of IVAS and cut $400 million from the Army’s $424 million request to procure IVAS in FY-23. The cut is the latest in a saga of congressional rebukes of the program, as Congress has in recent years cut funds...

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