House lawmakers reduce IVAS funding due to test delays, fewer units

By Jaspreet Gill / June 25, 2020 at 5:00 PM
The House Armed Services Committee is reducing funding for the Army's Integrated Visual Augmentation System due to operational testing delays and fewer units being purchased, according to committee aides. The chairman's mark of the committee's fiscal year 2021 defense policy bill -- obtained by Inside Defense -- includes a $230 million reduction to the Army's request for the service’s new augmented reality heads-up display. The Army requested $906 million in base procurement for the system and $14 million in...

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