GAO advises Navy to be balanced as it acquires new unmanned ships

The Navy plans to spend billions to acquire a variety of umanned ships of all sizes, 21 in all over the next five years. The Government Accountability Office advised Navy officials to take a portfolio approach to bring more efficiency and balance to the program. The Federal Drive with Tom Temin heard more from the GAO’s director of contracting and national security acquisitions Shelby Oakley.