Analysis: 3 Areas DoD Can Target for Cost-Cutting

January 20, 2012

The Defense Department is inching closer to a second round of spending cuts — up to $500 billion over ten years. Unless Congress comes up with another plan to avoid the automatic, across-the-board cuts (also called sequestration), DoD would start feeling the pinch in next year's budget.

Travis Sharp, a defense analyst at the Center for a New American Security, outlines three main areas where DoD could make cuts: 

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