How the Pentagon's big tech bets could suffer from a continuing resolution
September 29, 2023
Lauren C. Williams
F-16 Fighting Falcons from Eglin Air Force Base, Fla. U.S. AIR FORCE / MASTER SGT. TRISTAN MCINTIRE
By Lauren C. Williams, Defense One / September 29, 2023
Whether the government shuts down this weekend or limps into the new fiscal year with temporary funding, the Pentagon’s new, big ideas could see significant delays in the year ahead.
While the exact effects on the overall CCA program are not clear, the Air Force confirmed to Defense One that a key program at Eglin Air Force Base in Florida that seeks to convert F-16s to be compatible with artificial intelligence could be delayed.
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