USA—Army Plans To Shift $31 Billion To Priority Programs 

Breaking Defense | 02/27/2019

The U.S. Army is shifting $31.5 billion from lower priority projects to its priority modernization and readiness programs, reports Breaking Defense.  Over the next five years, the service plans to spend $31.5 billion on its six primary focus areas and other programs, up from initial estimates of around of $25 billion, Army Undersecretary Ryan McCarthy said on Tuesday. Service leaders have reviewed every program in the budget and identified about $8 billion in cost avoidance...

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