Bob Work

Robert Work: DoD’s Budget Plan Aims to Reverse ‘Under-Investment’ in Military Tech

Bob Work Deputy Defense Secretary Robert Work has said the Pentagon will release a future years defense program plan that aims to prioritize funding for weapon programs, Defense News ...
Pentagon

Military Leaders, Senators Caution Against Another Budget Sequester

A group of military leaders and Senate Armed Services Committee members have given caution about the potential impact to Defense Department programs if sequestration is renewed, Defense ...
Budget

OMB: Fiscal 2015 Budget Safe from Cuts

The Office of Management and Budget has announced that defense and nondefense appropriations for fiscal year 2015 are safe from sequestration cuts, Federal News Radio reported Friday. Jason ...
Defense-Business-Board

Pentagon’s Business Board Recommends $125B Savings over Five Years

The Defense Business Board has proposed cost-cutting measures for the Defense Department to save $125 billion over the next five years, Defense News reported Sunday. Paul McLeary writes ...
Gen. Ray Odierno

Ray Odierno: US Army Readiness, Training in Danger if Sequestration Returns in 2016

Ray Odierno Army Chief of Staff Gen. Ray Odierno has expressed concern over the future of the service’s readiness and capabilities if sequestration returns in 2016, the Army Times ...
Chuck Hagel

Chuck Hagel: Pentagon Needs Predictable Funding to Meet Operational Goals

Chuck Hagel Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel has said the Pentagon’s budget is an important tool for the department to deploy mission-ready forces and conduct operations globally, ...
Budget

Kristen Sarri to Be Nominated Interior Dept Asst Secretary for Policy, Mgmt and Budget

Kristen Sarri, principal deputy assistant secretary for policy, management and budget at the U.S. Department of Interior, will be nominated as assistant secretary in the same office. Sarri ...
Bob Work

Robert Work, Philip Dunne Eye US-UK Defense Tech Collaboration

Robert Work U.S. Deputy Defense Secretary Robert Work and Philip Dunne, British minister for defense equipment, support and technology, met Tuesday at the Pentagon to discuss the countries’ ...
Pentagon

Report: Lawmakers Adjusted Defense Appropriations Before Omnibus Bill Vote

House and Senate committees reworked the defense appropriations portion of the $1.1 trillion government spending package before the bill advanced to the House floor on Thursday, Defense ...
Budget

Report: $1T Spending Bill Ready for President Obama’s Signature

A $1.1 trillion government-funding bill was approved by the Senate in a 56-40 vote Saturday and is now headed to the White House for a presidential signature, Reuters reported Sunday. President ...