Sequester-inspired changes the Pentagon made to procurement, testing and other areas may wind up costing the Defense Department more in the future, according to a new report from the General Accounting Office. The short-term moves the department made in response to across-the-board cuts could result in greater costs in the next few years, the GAO said, though it also noted that most cuts the Pentagon made did not appear to have a significant impact on programs.

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