Oct 07, 2015

Cutting OCO May Be Solution For NDAA: Kendall « Breaking Defense - Defense industry news, analysis and commentary

WASHINGTON: If the National Defense Authorization Act really is vetoed by President Obama, the Pentagon’s top acquisition official thinks slicing out the Overseas Contingency Funding and leaving the rest of the bills as is might work. Frank Kendall, undersecretary for acquisition, technology and logistics, also said that another Continuing Resolution in December covering the all of fiscal 2016...

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