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  • Key Lawmaker Proposes Full Funding For Defense, Short-Term CR For Non-Defense

    With Congress still trying to reach a fiscal year 2018 budget agreement, Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen (R-N.J.), chairman of the House Appropriations Committee, has proposed legislation (H.J.Res. 124) to fully fund defense for the rest of the fiscal year. The measure, introduced Dec. 13, would provide $664.1 billion for defense, or about $28.4 billion above the […]
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  • Senate Democrats Say White House Proposing Counter-Terrorism Funding Cuts In FY ’19

    The White House budget office wants the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to pare $44 million from its FY ’19 budget proposal for various homeland security grants and other programs on top of $524 million in cuts contained in the Trump administration’s FY ’18 budget proposal, according to a new report from the Democratic staff […]
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  • Trump Signs FY 2018 Defense Authorization Bill, Urges Hill To Finish Defense Appropriations

    President Donald Trump signed the fiscal year 2018 defense authorization conference report (H.R. 2810) into law Dec. 12, calling the nearly $700-billion measure “a momentous step” toward rebuilding the military and protecting the nation. “This legislation will enhance our readiness, modernize our forces and help provide our service members with the tools that they need […]
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  • Continuing Resolutions Slowing Munitions Buys, DoD Official Says

    The lack of a fiscal year 2018 defense appropriations act is delaying Pentagon plans to boost production rates for heavily used munitions, a Department of Defense official said Dec. 7. While the House and Senate versions of the fiscal year 2018 defense appropriations bill are “very supportive” of DoD’s budget request for munitions, Congress has […]
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  • House Appropriations Chair Proposes Short-Term Continuing Resolution

    Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen (R-N.J.), chairman of the House Appropriations Committee, has introduced a continuing resolution (CR) to keep the federal government running until Dec. 22. The CR is intended to give Congress more time to reach agreement on fiscal year 2018 funding levels and finish the 12 FY 2018 appropriations bills, Frelinghuysen said in a […]
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