Pentagon Comptroller David Norquist has said the ongoing Defense Department-wide audit is part of National Defense Strategy implementation efforts and that he expects the results to be available by fall, DoD News reported Thursday.
He told WGAN radio station in an interview the review will cover the Pentagon’s personnel, equipment and property investments.
“It’ll be an annual process, and as I like to say to the workforce, it will go on as long as we both shall live,” Norquist added.
The comptroller noted that before the audit, U.S. Army identified 39 helicopters in the service branch’s Black in the service branch’s Black Hawk fleet were “not properly” included in the property system.
The U.S. Navy has saved $65 million after it implemented a system to automatically transmit information and manage the quality of data.