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Civilian agency cuts in House spending bill are deep, not as drastic as proposal

It’s the first time since 2009 the House collectively passed all of its appropriations bills in one way or another. Continue reading

Budget woes stretch beyond agency contracting office while Congress debates federal funding

Congress has been criticized for kicking the can down the road when it comes to federal spending Continue reading

Yearlong CR would be ‘punch to the belly’ and ’roundhouse to the head’ for military

A yearlong continuing resolution will have a huge impact on the Army and Air Force, halting civilian hiring and training for service members. Continue reading

Defense contracts may see $27.5 billion boost in Trump budget

President Donald Trump is requesting a big boost to military spending in the fiscal 2018 budget request blueprint. Continue reading

April showers bring legislative flowers for defense

House Armed Services Chairman Mac Thornberry (R-Texas) said he’s hopeful Congress can actually appropriate 2017 funds to the Defense Department before April 1. Continue reading

DoD says March continuing resolution likely, as it prepares 2018 budget review

Defense Department Comptroller Mike McCord said the prospect of a continuing resolution is the biggest challenge he currently faces. Continue reading

Carter: Eighth consecutive year of continuing resolutions is ‘deplorable,’ creates strategic risk

Carter said the ongoing pattern of continuing resolutions presented “grave concerns” for the Defense Department. Continue reading

Government shutdown or long-term continuing resolution? Federal contractors ‘haven’t priced it in yet,’ expert says

Federal contracting companies have come to terms with the fact that the new fiscal year will begin next month with a congressional stopgap budget measure. Continue reading

Senate scheduled to take first stab at short term CR

It’s the very beginning stages of the Senate’s work to pass a spending bill and avoid a government shutdown before the fiscal year ends. Continue reading

Follow the Money of ‘Solicitation Procedures’ Spending

Agencies communicate contracting opportunities to potential vendors using a variety of methods which for starters, can determine if availability of the opportunity is broad or limited. Do changes in spending under these communications methods impact your government contracting business? Continue reading