The U.S. Missile Defense Agency spent a total of $130 million on a failed missile test off of Kauai.
The SM-3 Block IIA missile failed to intercept an intermediate-range ballistic missile target in its first-ever launch.
The Department of Defense confirmed to CNN that a test had taken place, but did not mention the result.
Hawaii's emergency management leader resigned and an employee who sent a false alert falsely has been fired.
North Korea mocked the United States on Tuesday for a recent mistaken alert that sent Hawaii residents into a panic.
The astonishing error and dismal response has prompted both state and federal investigations.
Lockheed announced it received a five-year $110 million contract from the lab to build the "Gray Wolf."
The short-term funding bill includes money for missile defense and fixes for the U.S. Navy destroyers damaged in collisions.
State officials have aired TV ads warning Hawaiians to "get inside, stay inside" if an attack is imminent.
The Missile Defense Agency is looking at THAAD placement sites on the West Coast to guard against the North Korean threat.