It’s still uncertain when Congress will finish the work on the remaining FY 2009 Appropriations Bills which are needed to fund much of the Federal Government beyond March 6, when the current Continuing Resolution expires. Only three FY 2009 Appropriations Bills were completed and signed into law in 2008 — Defense, Military Construction-VA and Homeland Security. Before Congress adjourned for the year, it passed a stop-gap Continuing Resolution to fund the rest of the Federal agencies in the nine remaining Appropriations Bills. The CR expires March 6.
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Likely you are reading this post because you saw the news that Government Futures and McConnell International have been sold to the most excellent boutique consultancy, Clinton Rubin, LLC. I am excited about this change — for my clients and for myself. Originally posted by Bruce McConnell on governmentfutures.com in 2008.
In a major speech on national security yesterday at Purdue University, Barack Obama highlighted the need to face new threats and not continue “fighting the last war.” Loose nukes, bio-terrorism, and cybersecurity were the three themes. Originally posted by Bruce McConnell on governmentfutures.com 2008.
Fifteen years ago, cartoonist Peter Steiner drew two dogs sitting in front of a computer, one saying to the other, "On the Internet, nobody knows you’re a dog." This iconic adage, cute in its day, is now a warning. Originally posted by Bruce McConnell on governmentfutures.com in 2008.