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  • Senate Appropriators Direct DHS Accelerate Program To Protect Federal Networks

    Senate appropriators are proposing a slight increase in overall operations and procurement accounts for the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) cyber security efforts, including additional funds to accelerate a program that protects helps protect the networks of federal civilian departments and agencies. The Senate Appropriations Committee (SAC) is recommending $992.6 million for operations and support, […]
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  • Senate Unveils $651 Billion FY 2018 Defense Appropriations Bill

    The Senate Appropriations Committee (SAC) on Nov. 21 unveiled a nearly $651 billion fiscal year 2018 defense appropriations bill that adds $15.4 billion to the Trump administration’s budget request to boost such areas as aircraft procurement, missile defense, readiness and shipbuilding. The release of the chairman’s mark paves the way for negotiations with the House, which […]
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  • NDAA Makes Missile Defense Policy Changes

    The fiscal year 2018 defense bill passed by both Houses of Congress authorizes numerous changes and directives to the Missile Defense Agency (MDA), including studies to expand missile defense fields. The conference-agreed FY 2018 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) authorizes $12.3 billion in spending for the MDA, $4.4 billion over the administration’s request. It boosts […]
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  • Cochran’s Mark For DHS Provides For 10th National Security Cutter

    Senate Appropriations Committee Chairman Thad Cochran (R-Miss.) on Tuesday released his funding recommendations for the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) in FY ’18, including construction of a 10th National Security Cutter (NSC) for the Coast Guard and long-lead material funds for the 11th vessel. The Coast Guard’s program of record for the 418-foot high-endurance NSCs […]
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  • House Passes FY 2018 Defense Authorization Conference Report

    After a brief floor debate, the House late Nov. 14 passed the $700 billion fiscal year 2018 defense authorization conference report by a 356-70 vote. Among Republicans, 229 voted for the legislation and seven voted against it. Among Democrats, 127 voted for the measure and 63 voted against it. Proponents hailed the conference report (H.R. […]
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