Companies filing for reimbursements under $2 million may get streamlined service.
The top officials from each branch want hospitals and clinics back under their control.
says it could use another $10 billion to deal with the fallout of coronavirus and keep its industrial base companies afloat.
An IG inspection found half a billion dollars in unfunded maintenance items at DoD health care facilities, including at least seven that could cause death or serious injuries.
Proposal would let DoD roll over half its unspent funds into the next fiscal year, but procedural quirks are blocking the legislation for now.
The National Defense Authorization Act is the most visible thing on which Congress is making progress. But it’s not the only thing.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Department of Veterans Affairs has a new digital tool to help screen veterans, employees and other visitors for coronavirus.
In both chambers of Congress, next year’s NDAA tells DoD it’s time to devote more energy toward understanding not just the cost of buying weapons, but the long-term cost of owning them.
The markup would put a one year hold on the cuts and restructuring.
Contractors haven’t submitted invoices yet, partly because no money is available. But DoD says the bill to repay vendors for their employees’ paid leave will run into the double-digit billion dollar range.