Navy launching effort to use data to better utilize unobligated funds

By Aidan Quigley / February 17, 2021 at 12:11 PM
Navy officials are discussing how the service can use data to cut down on the amount of unobligated funds it sends back to the treasury each year, Tom Sasala, the Navy's chief data officer, said Wednesday. Sasala, speaking at a C4ISRNET event, said the Navy returns a "fair amount" of unobligated money every year. "We're not fully tracking all of the money that needs to be expended," he said. The Army pursued a similar effort to closely watch unobligated funds,...

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