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Jack Lew, Philanthropists to Discuss Financial Assistance Efforts in Detroit

Jack Lew Treasury Secretary Jack Lew will meet with philanthropic group leaders in Detroit this week to talk about development assistance efforts in light of the city’s financial ...
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Ernest Moniz: DOE to Offer $4B for Renewable Energy, Efficient Energy Projects

The Energy Department has released a draft solicitation for U.S.-based renewable energy and energy efficiency projects with loan guarantees of up to $4 billion. DOE said Wednesday ...

DoD: Military Faces $66B in FY 2015 Procurement, Research Funding Cuts Under Sequester

A new report from the Defense Department says the military would reduce its procurement and research funding by $66 billion in fiscal year 2015 if sequestration cuts remain in place. The ...
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Charles Bolden: NASA Opens Launch Pad for Use by SpaceX

NASA Kennedy Space Center has agreed to rent out its launch pad along Florida’s central east coast to Space Exploration Technologies Corp. for commercial launch activities. SpaceX ...
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CBO, Congressional Tax Panel Lower 10-Year Cost Estimates for Affordable Care Act

The Congressional Budget Office and the Joint Committee on Taxation expect the Affordable Care Act‘s mandatory insurance provision to cost $1.38 trillion over the next decade, ...
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Air Force Announces Program Leadership Reorganization

The U.S. Air Force is reorganizing the management of its acquisition, missile systems, tanker planes and air mobility programs, Defense News reported Monday. Aaron Mehta writes that ...

Minority Business Development Agency, Ex-Im Bank Offering Export Loans; Joann Hill Comments

The Minority Business Development Agency and the U.S. Export-Import Bank have extended an agreement to provide export loans to small and women-owned companies. Small business can apply ...
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Army Considers Aircraft Operations from Naval Vessels; Lt. Gen. John Wissler Comments

U.S. Army attack helicopters could soon operate from ships at sea as the military branch plans an expansion of its role in the Asia Pacific region, Military Times reported Sunday. Army ...
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Deborah Lee James: Air Force Faces Fiscal, Security Challenges Amid Budget Cuts

Deborah Lee James Air Force Secretary Deborah Lee James has told a Senate hearing the service is struggling with fiscal and security challenges posed by budget cuts, American Forces ...

Australian State Buys Microsoft Products for $26.5M; Ian Walker Comments

An Australian state has purchased $26.5 million in Microsoft software applications to upgrade an information and communication technology system, the Sydney Morning Herald reported ...

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