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U.S. Intell Spending Totals $68B for Fiscal 2014

The U.S. government spent $67.9 billion on military and non-military intelligence programs over the past fiscal year, according to data from the Defense Department and the Office of ...
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DoD Comptroller Mike McCord Sees Congressional Budget Deal as ‘Unlikely’ This Year

Mike McCord Mike McCord, comptroller at the Defense Department, does not expect lawmakers to broker a new budget agreement during a lame-duck session after the November elections, ...
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Nonprofit Org National Priorities Project Launches Website on State Taxes, Budgets

The National Priorities Project has unveiled its State Smart website that publishes information on the paid taxes and received budget of each state in an interactive format. Becky ...
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CSIS’ David Berteau: Pentagon Cut 2012-13 Contract Spending Under Sequester

The Center for Strategic and International Studies has released a new study that says sequestration reduced the Defense Department‘s overall spending by $56 billion between ...
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New Democrat Coalition Recommends Changes to Defense Acquisition System

A group of Democratic lawmakers has proposed several measures they believe could streamline the U.S. Defense Department‘s system for procuring defense products and services from ...
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Maj. Gen. Robert Dyess: U.S. Army Crafts Two Versions of its Force Development Budget Plan

The U.S. Army has developed two versions of a budget plan for the service’s force development program amid uncertain future appropriations, Defense News reported Thursday. Joe ...
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Knud Bartels: NATO Wants Industry’s Help to Adopt Common Architectures

Gen. Knud Bartels Danish army Gen. Knud Bartels, chairman of NATO’s defense committee, has called on defense industries in allied nations to boost cooperation with the alliance as ...
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Tom Sharpe: GSA to Weigh Car Share Model’s Costs in Pilot Program

Tom Sharpe The General Services Administration has awarded contracts to four car rental companies as part of the agency’s pilot program to explore vehicle sharing options in ...
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Robert Work: Pentagon to Operate Under CR When DoD Unveils FY 16 Budget Plan

Robert Work The Defense Department expects Congress to reject the Pentagon’s estimated $70 billion proposal to fund other areas by reshuffling the military compensation structure, ...
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Robert Work: DoD’s Pacific Pivot to Move Forward Regardless of Budget

Robert Work Bob Work, deputy defense secretary, said Tuesday the Pentagon will continue its military rebalance toward Asia regardless of the department’s current level of budget, ...