Citing 'Workload' Complaints, Carter Delays FY-15 POM Submission Deadline

By Sebastian Sprenger / July 25, 2013 at 6:41 PM
Deputy Defense Secretary Ashton Carter has granted the services more time to prepare their proposed fiscal year 2015 program and spending blueprints, citing complaints about "undue workload" because of a confluence of additional, out-of-cycle chores sparked by the prospect of sequestration. Submissions of the program objective memorandum covering FY-15 through FY-19 were initially due in late August, as reported earlier this month. But Carter, in a July 12 memo , said the new deadlines are Sept. 16 for...

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