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Latest Posts

  • Lawmakers Vow to Overturn New DOD Spending Cuts in Wake of Deficit Panel’s Failure

    Some of Congress’ most ardent supporters of the nation’s military reiterated their pledges to reverse the automatic spending cuts slated to slash defense spending by an additional $600 billion after the congressional debt supercommittee conceded Monday that it had failed to reach agreement on a deficit reduction plan. “We are now working on a plan to minimize the impact of the sequester on the Department of Defense …

  • Balfour Beatty Picks up Another Housing Privatization Project

    Less than two weeks after being selected to develop and manage family housing at six northern Air Force bases, Balfour Beatty Communities has been chosen by the Air Force as the highest ranked offeror for two more installations, Dyess AFB, located near Abilene, Texas, and Moody AFB, located near Valdosta, Ga. …

  • Pentagon Names New Installation Energy Demonstration Projects

    DOD will award funding to 27 new projects proposed by private firms, universities and federal organizations to demonstrate emerging energy technologies on military installations through its Installation Energy Test Bed initiative. The initiative plays a key role in testing, evaluating and scaling up innovative energy technologies to improve the department’s energy security and reduce its facility energy costs …

  • Lack of Urgency Blocking Supercommittee

    Apparently the stakes aren’t high enough for the congressional debt supercommittee. The reason why the panel appears unlikely to reach a deficit reduction deal is the lack of urgency, according to a story in Friday’s Washington Post. Unlike the previous crises Congress faced earlier this year, missing this week’s deadline will not cause an immediate calamity …


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