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  • Carter presses Congress to act on FY2017 DoD budget
    Department of Defense (DoD) Secretary Ashton Carter urged Congress to end budget gridlock and achieve budget stability through bipartisanship. Testifying before the Senate Armed Services Committee yesterday, Carter said budget stability is “critical in order for DoD and our people to address all the national security challenges we face.” Carter identified three areas in the [...]
  • Military leaders tell Congress budget uncertainty and funding constraints threaten readiness and modernization
    Continuing budget uncertainty, constrained funding levels, and the threat of sequestration are threatening the military’s ability to achieve and sustain readiness levels necessary to meet current mission demands and build the forces capable of meeting future security threats, military leaders told Congress this week. Testifying before the Senate Armed Services Committee (SASC), Gen. Mark A. [...]
  • Congress returns to address Zika funding and avoid a government shutdown
    Congress returns this week (after a seven-week recess) with less than four weeks until the end of the fiscal year and nine weeks until the November elections. Facing this time constraint on FY2017 funding and the desire by members to get back out on the campaign trail, House and Senate leaders will meet this week [...]
  • Happenings from HQ Sept. 2016
    Survey of Defense FM Professionals Closes 9 September 2016 Many thanks to those of you that have completed this year’s survey of defense financial management professionals. If you’ve not had a chance to do so, I encourage you to take the time to provide your opinions. The survey closes on Friday, 9 September 2016. It [...]
  • President recommends 1.6 percent pay raise in 2017 for federal civilian and military personnel
    President Obama notified Congress this week that he has determined federal civilian employees should receive a 1.6 percent across-the-board pay raise in 2017. This is the same civilian and military pay raises the president included in the FY2017 federal budget request in February. Each year the president is required under Title 5 U.S.C., sections 5303(b) [...]
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