The House Armed Services air and land forces subcommittee has rescheduled its hearing on the Future Combat Systems program for next week.
The hearing -- now slated for 2 p.m. on March 26 -- was originally planned for Tuesday but was postponed because of illness on the part of subcommittee chairman Rep. Neil Abercrombie (D-HI).
Scheduled to attend to represent the Army are Lt. Gen. Ross Thompson, military deputy to the Army acquisition executive, and Maj. Gen. John Bartley, program manager for FCS. GAO representatives will also attend.
The hearing will address the GAO report released earlier this month, which criticized the FCS program for its immaturity and increasing cost.
-- Marjorie Censer