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50 DOD programs require 'new-start' authority early in FY-18, tripped up by CR

September 12, 2017 |
Jason Sherman Tony Bertuca
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Fifty Defense Department projects that require "new-start" authorization in fiscal year 2018 are facing schedule delays as a result of the 10-week stopgap funding bill enacted last week, that bars, as a matter of routine, spending on new projects. According to a Pentagon-prepared summary of potential impacts on programs that require authorization to begin in FY-18, research and development projects -- and a few procurement programs -- across all the services will be affected by the continuing resolution signed into...

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