Top Program Hubs

View All


Sign Up for a Free Demo!

Program Hubs Update

  • DoD Prepares For Possible Shutdown As Congress Debates Funding

    The Department of Defense was bracing for a partial shutdown late Jan. 19 as Congress grappled with how to keep the government funded after a stopgap measure expires at midnight. The House approved a new continuing resolution (CR) late Jan. 18 that would keep the government open through Feb. 16, but the measure (H.J. Res. […]
    Read More

  • House Appropriations Chair Unveils New CR

    Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen (R-N.J.), chairman of the House Appropriations Committee, has introduced a continuing resolution (CR) to keep the federal government open through Feb. 16, his office announced late Jan. 16. If enacted into law, the CR (H.J.Res. 125) will replace the one that expires Jan. 19, becoming the fourth such stopgap measure for fiscal […]
    Read More

  • House Speaker Urges Budget Deal To Help Restore Military Readiness

    House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) is prodding his fellow lawmakers to reach an agreement on a fiscal year 2018 budget, saying that the lack of such a deal is worsening the military’s already severe readiness problems. At his weekly press briefing on Capitol Hill Jan. 11, Ryan said that too few planes, ships and soldiers […]
    Read More

  • New CR Becomes Law But Draws Sen. McCain’s Ire

    President Donald Trump signed into law Dec. 22 a continuing resolution (CR) that will keep the federal government open until Jan. 19 and provide $4.7 billion in emergency funding for ballistic missile defense and Navy ship repairs. The Senate approved the CR (H.R. 1370) by a 66-32 vote late Dec. 21 following similar action in […]
    Read More

  • New CR Includes Billions For Missile Defense, Ship Repairs

    The House of Representatives passed a new continuing resolution (CR) late Dec. 21 that would keep the federal government open until Jan. 19 and provide billions of dollars in emergency funding for missile defense and Navy ship repairs. The CR (H.R. 1370), which was headed to the Senate for its consideration, would provide about $4 […]
    Read More

View More