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A national developer of rooftop solar systems says it will be forced to scale back plans to install rooftop solar installations on as many as 124 military housing developments because it will be unable to gain the Energy Department’s final approval for a $275 million loan guarantee by this week’s deadline. Minus the government backing, SolarCity will carry out the project in only 11 states, a fraction of its original plan …READ MORE
The prospect of a faceoff this week over federal spending dissipated after the Senate passed a compromise spending measure Monday that would keep the federal government open until Nov. 18. Senate Democrats dropped $1.0 billion in disaster funding for the current fiscal year from the stopgap spending bill after the chamber defeated a motion to limit debate on a measure that included the emergency aid …READ MORE
The Senate confirmed Ashton Carter by unanimous consent Friday to become DOD’s next deputy secretary. Carter, who has been the Pentagon’s undersecretary for acquisition, technology and logistics, is expected to be sworn in shortly as the department’s second highest-ranked civilian official …READ MORE
To cope with reduced funding in the coming fiscal year, the Air Force is offering civilian employees the opportunity to voluntary separate or take an early retirement. The decline in FY 2012 funding was prompted by the secretary of defense’s efficiency initiative that holds civilian manning at FY 2010 levels throughout DOD …READ MORE
Fairfax County is expected to ask federal officials this week to postpone more than $1.3 billion in capital projects planned for Fort Belvoir through 2017. The 19 construction projects should be put off until officials address the impact of the population growth already occurring at the northern Virginia post due to BRAC …READ MORE
Congressional leaders’ plan to pass a continuing resolution to keep the federal government running for the first seven weeks of the new fiscal year hasn’t gone as smoothly as hoped, but with one more week remaining before the start of FY 2012 no one yet is predicting a faceoff that goes down to the eleventh hour …READ MORE
A new analysis by the House Armed Services Committee paints a bleak picture of the nation’s ability to defend its interests across the globe if automatic spending cuts are triggered by the failure of Congress to enact $1.2 trillion in savings before the end of the year. The analysis assumes a “worst case” scenario under which defense spending would be slashed by $1.0 trillion through fiscal year 2021 …READ MORE
The Department of Defense said Thursday it will return several facilities to the German government, saving an estimated $3.4 million. The closures are part of U.S. European Command’s ongoing effort to remove non-enduring sites from its real property inventory …READ MORE