This year, as part of a Strategic Portfolio Analysis and Review (SPAR), the Army will "rank order" all 780 or so of its equipment programs in terms of their impact on warfighting. The results of that analysis will be made available to Army leaders to help guide them in making decisions on how to allocate dwindling Army modernization funds better. The idea of SPAR is to take a look at all existing Army programs, as well as some concepts the Army might like to have, and prioritize them in a way that will allow Army senior leaders to make tough choices about what should be kept and what should be let go. The outcome of SPAR process will be used to develop the 2019-2023 Program Objective Memorandum (POM).
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