The defense or military budget is the portion of the discretionary United States federal budget allocated to the Department of Defense.
Since the bulk of the jobs for people with security clearances are in the national defense arena, how much money the DOD is getting and how it plans to spend it should be a hot topic
The White House Office of Management and Budget released the president’s budget request for Fiscal Year 2019 (which begins on October 1, 2018) on Monday.
Any Congressman who says he cares about readiness but contributes to the current impasse isn’t really all that concerned about readiness, I’m afraid.
Senators and congressmen will now formally work on what their staffs have been working on for months: crafting a compromise between two bills with similar but still different views on how DoD should spend its money next year.
A Senate amendment proposed increasing non-defense discretionary spending “dollar for dollar” with defense spending .
The Senate Armed Services Committee bill directs the purchase of significantly more aircraft that the Defense Department requested.
Small businesses are providing the innovation, and the jobs, that are driving the defense sector.
House Armed Services Committee begins annual process of setting defense policy this week
Lack of a budget resolution adds layer of uncertainty to NDAA negotiations.
There’s welcome news for the defense industry. After years of declining defense contracting budgets, it appears the trend may be moving back up – slowly.
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