Inside the Navy - August 06, 2018

DOD seeks OK to launch ISR new-starts with $85M reprogramming

Jason Sherman   | August 03, 2018
The Defense Department is asking congressional permission to shift $85 million between fiscal year 2018 war spending accounts to immediately launch more than a dozen new-start intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance programs across all four services in support of combatant commander needs. On June 5, Pentagon Comptroller David Norquist sent lawmakers a previously unreported, five-page reprogramming request. "The reprogramming improves the intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance capabilities of the DOD by addressing combatant command ISR gaps," the document states. The reprogramming request...

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