Quick Hit – April 11, 2016

Appropriations season is in full swing as the Senate subcommittees continue to meet and the House comes back into session on Tuesday. The House will resume its budget negotiations this week, but is unlikely to have gained much progress during the Easter recess. In the meantime, see below a brief outline of what can be expected over the next several weeks:

April 12 (Tues):

  • House Armed Services Committee (HASC) releases markup schedule and bill number for National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA)

April 13 (Wed):

  • House FY17 MILCON/VA Full Committee Markup and “Interim” Suballocation of Budget Allocations – “interim” in anticipation of a new number after a potential new budget deal on the topline.
  • House FY17 Energy and Water Appropriations Subcommittee Markup
  • House FY17 Agriculture Appropriations Subcommittee Markup

April 14 (Thurs):

  • Senate Appropriations Committee presents subcommittee spending allocations

April 20 — 21 (Wed — Thurs):

  • HASC subcommittees discuss FY17 NDAA allocations

April 27 (Wed):

  • HASC Markup of FY17 NDAA

May 9 — 10 (Mon — Tues):

  • Senate Armed Services Committee (SASC) subcommittees vote on final portions of FY17 NDAA Bill

May 11 (Wed):

  • SASC Markup of FY17 NDAA

 

Stay tuned for more detailed info as markups and budget talks unfold!

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