The inclusive cross-section measurement of charged-current neutrino-nucleus interactions is a useful test of nuclear models, for example to probe the physics related to “gA quenching” on the order of 10s of MeV relevant for neutrinoless double-beta decay. Such measurements are also useful for future charged-current supernova and solar neutrino detection. The 185-kg NaI v-Experiment (NaIvE-185), based at the Spallation Neutron Source at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, was deployed in 2016 in order to study backgrounds for a tonne-scale version of the detector, as well as to make an initial measurement of the inclusive charged-current cross section on I-127. The tonne-scale detector, potentially capable of simultaneously measuring the charged-current interaction on I-127 and coherent elastic neutrino-nucleus scattering on Na-23, is currently under construction. The influence of NaIvE on the tonne-scale design is presented here, as well as the data analysis status and recent results from NaIvE-185.