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OMB: FY 2015 Budget Caps Insufficient for Pentagon, DOE, FBI

The Office of Management and Budget has called on Congress to finalize the fiscal year 2015 budget for the FBI and Defense Department in order for those agencies to meet required budget ...
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Robert Work: DoD to Cut Admin, Overhead Costs if Sequestration Remains

Robert Work Deputy Defense Secretary Robert Work has said the Pentagon plans to cut administrative and overhead expenses at the Office of the Secretary of Defense and 16 sub-agencies ...
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Richard Shelby: Congress to Pass Continuing Resolution Before Election Campaigns

Sen. Richard Shelby (R-Ala.), Senate Appropriations Committee ranking member, believes Congress will approve a continuing resolution for defense funding before the mid-term campaign ...
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Army’s Katherine Hammack: Governors, Congress Open to BRAC

Katherine Hammack Lawmakers on Capitol Hill and state governors are starting to become more open to the idea of allowing the Defense Department to realign and consolidate military ...
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House OKs $17B Veterans Healthcare Budget Plan

The House of Representatives has passed a $17 billion budget plan for the Veterans Affairs Department, Reuters reported Wednesday. David Lawder writes the House voted 420-5 to approve ...
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House OKs Homeland Security, Communications Bills; Michael McCaul Comments

The House has passed three bills on homeland security issues regarding border and chemical facility security and Department of Homeland Security communications, Homeland Security ...
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Report: VA Reform, Defense Authorization, Appropriations Bills Face Delays in Congress

Congress will likely have limited time to deliberate on the veterans affairs reform, defense authorization and appropriations bills as the mid-term elections draw near, Military Times ...
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Navy Requests Modernization of 11 Cruisers; Thomas Rowden Comments

The U.S. Navy plans to inactivate half of its fleet of Ticonderoga-class cruisers for a return to service in 2019, changing a 2012 request to fully decommission seven of the cruisers, ...
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Robert Hale: Military Compensation Reforms Slowly Gaining Favor Among Lawmakers

Robert Hale Robert Hale, the recently retired comptroller from the Defense Department, said that lawmakers are increasing efforts to address rising military personnel costs, Military ...
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Executive Mosaic to Partner With Senior Executives Association for Leadership Events, Brand Awareness

Executive Mosaic (EM), the parent company of ExecutiveGov, the Potomac Officers Club (POC) and the 4×24 Leadership Program (4×24), and the Senior Executives Association (SEA) ...