Budget Act of 2014 raises sequester budget caps for Fiscal 2014 and Fiscal
2015, with the Pentagon’s piece rising from $475 billion to $497 billion,
Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments analyst Todd Harrison told the
Daily Report on Dec. 31, 2013. However, if Congress does not reconcile its
authorizations with its appropriations, it risks once again getting slammed by
sequestration’s deep cuts. Here, Chief of Staff Gen. Mark Welsh and the other
service chiefs testify before the Senate Armed Services Committee on Nov. 7,
2013, on the impacts of sequestration.
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