The United States government is one of the largest spenders on defense in the world.
The United States government is one of the largest spenders on defense in the world. As the government continues to allocate funds for defense, it is important to stay up to date on the latest news and developments in defense spending. On this page, you will find the latest news and headlines about defense spending, helping you stay informed on the latest developments in the defense industry.
Photo credit: iStock.com/Oleksii Liskonih As DMGS noted earlier this week, governors around the country have already taken steps in responding to the ongoing Russian invasion of Ukraine. Governors have already called for ending state contracts [...]
Credit: iStock.com/Silent_GOS Since last week’s invasion of Ukraine by Russia, governments around the world have imposed various sanctions against Russia, including the U.S. federal government. In addition to the federal government imposing sanctions, states have [...]
Digital collage by Ryan Stevens; image sources by David Mark, heblo, & Clker-Free-Vector-Images from Pixabay The Biden administration released the full version of its fiscal 2022 budget. The budget calls for $6 trillion in spending and a [...]
H.R. 8337 would extend government funding through December 11, 2020, averting a government shutdown that would otherwise begin October 1. The continuing resolution (CR) would generally extend fiscal 2020 funding levels while including some “anomalies” [...]
DMGS Article Highlights: Congress returns after Labor Day for brief legislative sessionSeveral important bills could be delayed until post-election lame-duck period Congress gets back to work in Washington this week with brokering funding deals at [...]
As of Friday afternoon, the House & Senate have both passed H.R. 748, the CARES Act, which provides roughly $2 trillion to individuals, businesses, and states in response to the global coronavirus pandemic. The bill, [...]
Congress finally passed a continuing resolution (CR) to fund the federal government for another month. Funding for federal agencies was extended through December 20 under a stopgap funding measure that averted a government shutdown as [...]
North Carolina Special Elections Two special elections in the State of North Carolina will determine the newest members of the House. Voters in the 9th District are choosing between Dan Bishop, a Republican state senator, [...]
McConnell Weighs Background Checks Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) said that gun legislation will be at the top of the Senate's agenda once legislators return from the August recess. Presently, background checks for firearm [...]
United States military programs would be reauthorized at the amount of $733 billion under H.R. 2500, the fiscal year 2020 National Defense Authorization Act. The bill would provide $633 billion in funding for the Department [...]