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Fiscal year 2012 funding for the Office of Economic Adjustment would climb by $31 million over last year’s allocation, under the defense spending bill the Senate Appropriations Committee approved last month. OEA would receive $81.8 million, matching the administration’s budget request …READ MORE
The House, with Democratic support, approved a spending measure Tuesday that would keep the federal government operating through Nov. 18, paving the way for House and Senate leaders to start negotiating an omnibus spending bill for the remainder of fiscal 2012 …READ MORE
Balfour Beatty Communities last month held a ribbon cutting ceremony to commemorate the completion of the first homes in a newly created neighborhood for officers and their families at Fort Stewart, Ga. When completed, the new neighborhood will contain 94 three- and four-bedroom duplex homes featuring open floor plans with energy-efficient appliances, covered porches and two-car garages …READ MORE
The Pentagon is working with companies such General Electric and Lockheed Martin to assess microgrid and smart grid technology, an effort that aims to address the department’s three-part energy strategy — reducing demand for traditional energy, increasing the military’s reliance on renewable energy sources and improving the energy security of installations …READ MORE
Colorado Rep. Mike Coffman recently submitted a plan to the congressional deficit reduction committee to slash $103 billion from defense spending primarily by converting active duty personnel to the National Guard and Reserve. It is not clear how much support Coffman’s proposal will gain on the committee, as Republican members already have said they would oppose further cutbacks in defense spending.READ MORE