ASB: S&T funding inadequate to support 'big bets' on disruptive technologies

By Jason Sherman  
December 15, 2017 at 3:49 PM
Army funding is insufficient to support work on projects with potential to deliver new and disruptive technologies for the future force, according to an influential service advisory panel. The Army Science Board, in study commissioned in a January and briefed in July, recommends the service increase spending on science and technology experimentation -- specifically projects funded as part of the advanced component development and prototype portfolio, designated 6.4 funding in Defense Department's budget. The panel's findings have not previously been...

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