Senate panel cuts Guam project by nearly 10%, directs DEPSECDEF-led accounting

By Jason Sherman / July 29, 2022 at 2:34 PM
Senate appropriators want to dock $80 million from the high-priority Guam air defense project in fiscal year 2023 because the Pentagon has failed to account for its plans for the new project -- specifically the architecture -- in accordance with congressional directives issued a year ago. The Senate panel, which strongly backed the project in FY-22, is not satisfied with how the Defense Department explained plans for spending increases Congress allocated to the program as part of an effort to...

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