Army review frees up $3.5B over five years for key capabilities

By Courtney McBride / May 19, 2017 at 5:30 PM
The inaugural Strategic Portfolio Analysis Review has generated $3.5 billion in resources over the next five years to help close critical capability gaps, according to the Army's deputy chief of staff (G-8). Lt. Gen. Mike Murray said May 17 the SPAR has "freed up about $3.5 billion over the next five years within the [Program Evaluation Group] I own, the equipping and modernization PEG, to get after [Chief of Staff Gen. Mark Milley's] highest priorities." As part of the process,...

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