USAF Grapples With GPS Control Segment Overruns

The U.S. Air Force is accounting for part of known delays and cost overruns for its GPS III next-generation operational control segment, known as OCX. In its fiscal 2017 budget request, the service has requested $393 million, an increase of $171 million. Pentagon acquisition chief Frank Kendall next...

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