Inside the Army - February 12, 2018

OMB working new FY-19 toplines after Congress passes spending deal

By Tony Bertuca  
February 9, 2018 at 5:43 PM
The White House Office of Management and Budget will submit the fiscal year 2019 budget request Feb. 12 and is updating it to reflect the two-year, $300 billion spending agreement Congress reached early Feb. 9, according to a senior OMB official. "After we finalized the budget, Congress reached agreement to significantly raise the spending caps in FY-18 and FY-19 in the Bipartisan Budget Act, and the President has signed the new caps into law," the official said. "In light of...

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