Budget Uncertainty Bedevils U.S. Navy Maintenance Work

The biggest enemy the U.S. Navy faces in maintaining its ships is the volatility of funding due to delayed budgets and continuing resolutions (CRs) that rob the service of transferring authority to shift resources to meet readiness needs. “Maintenance has to be done or it gets more costly,” says...

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