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ASMC National News

  • Senate committee approves FY2015 DoD appropriations bill
    The Senate Appropriations Committee (SAC) approved its version of the FY2015 DoD Appropriations bill last week. The SAC bill provides $490 billion for DoD appropriations in the base budget (excluding military construction, which is provided in a separate bill), $1 billion below the request. The bill also includes $58.3 billion for Overseas Contingency Operations (OCO), [...]
  • FAX Issues
    We are currently experiencing issues with our FAX machine. While we are working on it, could you email certification documents to certification@asmconline.org and membership documents to gibson@asmconline.org.
  • OMB Mid-Session Review shows short-term improvement in budget deficit
    The FY2014 federal budget deficit will be $66 billion lower than the previous administration estimate, according to the Office of Management and Budget (OMB).  In its annual Mid-Session Review of the budget and the administration’s economic projections, OMB now expects the FY2014 deficit to be $583 billion compared to $649 billion projection made when the [...]
  • Shaun Donovan confirmed a new OMB director
    The Senate has confirmed (72-22) Shaun Donovan to be Director of the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), the government’s chief budget officer. Donovan has been Secretary of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) since 2009 and replaces Sylvia Mathews who recently became the Secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS). When President Obama announced Donovan’s [...]
  • President requests $58.6 billion for FY2015 Overseas Contingency Operations
    The budget request for DoD Overseas Contingency Operations (OCO) for FY2015 is $58.6 billion, the White House announced late last week. The enacted level of OCO funding in FY2014 was 85.3 billion. The amended budget request submitted by the president is $20.8 billion less than the $79.4 billion funding placeholder included in the budget request [...]
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