A 30-year-low in cost growth is part of the defense acquisition undersecretary’s closing argument for why Congress shouldn’t eliminate his position.
Some political appointees spend the final months of a presidential administration counting the minutes until the inauguration. Frank Kendall is not one of them.
Rather than slip back into private life, it seems, the Pentagon’s undersecretary for acquisition, technology, and logistics (AT&L) would prefer to keep looking for ways to save money on weapons and military equipment.
“Not much longer,” a reporter said to Kendall during a briefing at the Pentagon on Friday.
“We’ll see,” Kendall said with a smirk.
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