The Biden administration is calling on Congress to pass a stopgap spending measure for the upcoming fiscal year as lawmakers continue the appropriations process. Read More
Tag Archives: Office of Management and Budget
SECDEF Esper’s ‘Battle Force 2045’ Plan Still Awaiting White House Approval
Two weeks after Defense Secretary Mark Esper unveiled the outline for his Battle Force 2045 initiative to grow the Navy to more than 500 ships, the Trump administration has yet to give final approval. Read More
Special Arrangement Pays Active-Duty Coast Guard in December Despite Shutdown
While the Department of Homeland Security lacks funding to operate in Fiscal Year 2019, active duty Coast Guard personnel will receive their regularly-scheduled pay due on Dec. 31.
Document: Letters from Congress Protesting U.S. Coast Guard Budget Cuts
The following are a collection of letters to the White House and Office of Management and Budget director from Rep. Duncan Hunter (R-Calif.), Rep. Joe Courtney (D-Conn.) and a group of 23 Senators led by Sen. Maria Cantwell (D-Wash.) protesting the proposed $1.3 billion cut to the U.S. Coast Guard in OMB’s proposed FY 2018 draft budget. Read More
White House Sets Pentagon Budget Rollout Date
The Pentagon is set to rollout its fiscal year 2015 budget submission on March 4.
“The President’s 2015 Budget will be released on March 4,” wrote Steve Posner, a spokesman for the White House’s Office of Management and Budget, in an email statement. Read More