• Army Corps Reorganization Would Impact Installation Support, Spending Panels Say

    Army Corps Reorganization Would Impact Installation Support, Spending Panels Say0

    Lawmakers who negotiated the compromise military construction-Veterans Affairs spending bill weighed in on the administration’s proposal to shift the Army Corps of Engineers’ civil works program to two other agencies, the Transportation and Interior departments. “The conferees are opposed to the reorganization as it could ultimately have impacts for implementation of the military construction, BRAC

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  • Trump Still Wavering over Possible Shutdown

    Trump Still Wavering over Possible Shutdown0

    A tweet by President Trump on Thursday added a measure of doubt to the expectation he would sign a two-bill fiscal 2019 spending package covering the defense and labor-HHS-education titles and provide the Pentagon will full-year funding from the start of the fiscal year. After easily clearing the Senate on Tuesday, the package — which

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  • Conferees Point to Parking Problems at Growth Installations

    Conferees Point to Parking Problems at Growth Installations0

    Constraints on recent military construction budgets have prevented DOD from addressing “urgent” parking requirements at some installations, according to the conferees who negotiated the conference report for the fiscal 2019 spending package covering the military construction-Veterans Affairs, energy-water and legislative branch appropriations bills. “The lack of parking is a safety issue and a detriment to

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