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  • Milcon Funding Suffers Noticeable Cut in Omnibus Agreement

    After accounting for the completion of the BRAC 2005 construction push, funding for military construction, family housing and BRAC in fiscal 2012 will fall $1.4 billion from last year’s level, under the conference agreement for a nine-bill spending package reached last week. Without adjusting for the sharp drop-off in BRAC spending, milcon funding actually declines $3.5 billion …

  • Senate Approves Authorization Bill

    The Senate approved the conference agreement for the fiscal 2012 defense authorization bill Thursday, paving the way for President Obama to sign the legislation. The House passed the bill Wednesday, after the White House press secretary said that changes made during conference negotiations to language regarding the detention of terrorism suspects were sufficient to mollify President Obama’s concerns …

  • Repealing Automatic Cuts Not an Option, House Democrats Say

    House Democrats made it clear Thursday they will not cooperate with a Republican effort to undo the automatic spending cuts scheduled to slash the Pentagon’s budget starting in January 2013. In a letter to President Obama, 92 House Democrats said they support his pledge to veto any legislation that attempts to reverse the looming $500 billion in defense cuts …

  • DOD Reaffirms Commitment to Guam Realignment

    In the wake of congressional action to suspend funding for the relocation of 8,600-plus Marines from Okinawa to Guam, a senior Pentagon official this week reiterated the administration’s commitment to the move. “The United States is committed to Guam’s role as a strategic hub, and to that end a U.S. Marine Corps presence in Guam remains an essential part of our Pacific strategy …


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