Perfect Storm: Congress Extends CR, Government Shutdown Avoided

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Lacking the brinkmanship that citizens have become accustom to, Congress voted to extend the continuing resolution (CR) a full 6 days before the current CR was set to expire. President Obama signed the bill over the weekend.   The Government is now funded through September 30, 2013 at the levels mandated by sequestration.  Congress did make several minor adjustments to the sequestration mandated cuts.  For instance, funding was moved to the Department’s of Agriculture’s food inspection service and DoD’s tuition reimbursement program. 

The CR continues the pay freeze for Federal employees for the third consecutive year.  Now it is on to the debt ceiling!

Thomas Marcinko is a Principal Consultant in Aronson’s Government Contract Services Group. He has over 25 years of government contracts experience, including proposal development, contract and subcontract administration, FAR compliance, small business programs, and government audits.

About Thomas Marcinko


Thomas Marcinko is a Principal Consultant in Aronson’s Government Contract Services Group. He has over 25 years of government contracts experience, including proposal development, contract and subcontract administration, FAR compliance, small business programs, and government audits.

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