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  • Senate passes and sends FY2015 Appropriations and Defense Authorization bills to president
    The Senate has passed and sent to the president the FY2015 Appropriations bill that funds the Department of Defense Appropriations bill and 10 other bills (including Military Construction /VA) through the end of FY2015. The bill also funds the Homeland Security Appropriations bill under a continuing resolution (CR) through February 27, 20015. The Senate passed [...]
  • House passes FY2015 appropriations for DoD and 10 other bills; CR for Homeland Security bill
    With the Continuing Resolution (CR) on FY2015 funding set to expire at midnight, the House passed a $1.013 trillion FY 2015 Appropriations bill that funds the Department of Defense Appropriations bill and 10 other bills (including Military Construction /VA) through the end of FY2015. The Homeland Security Appropriations bill, subject to intense debate after the [...]
  • President Obama nominates Ashton Carter to be Defense Secretary
    President Obama has nominated Ashton Carter to be the next Secretary of Defense. Carter would succeed Secretary Chuck Hagel who announced his resignation last month. Hagel will remain in the job until Carter is confirmed. In announcing the nomination, the president said Carter “brings a unique blend of strategic perspective and technical know-how” to the [...]
  • House passes conferenced FY2015 Defense Authorization bill
    The House passed (300-119) the FY2015 Defense Authorization bill yesterday with bipartisan support. The “Carl Levin and Howard P. “Buck” McKeon National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2015,” named after the Senate and House Armed Services Committee chairmen, was agreed to in conference this week. The House had passed its version of the bill [...]
  • CBO deficit reduction options include cuts to defense spending and federal pay raises and retirement plans
    The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) has identified a series of options policymakers can take to address the continuing high level of federal budget deficits and the growing federal debt. CBO issues such deficit reductions options annually. In “Options for Reducing the Deficit: 2015 to 2024” CBO describes 79 options to reduce the deficit including spending [...]
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