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Sequestration: Comprehensive and Updated Cost Savings Would Better Inform DOD Decision Makers If Civilian Furloughs Occur
Brenda S. Farrell (au)
In March 2013, the Department of Defenseńˇ╗s (DOD's) discretionary budget was reduced by $37 billion as a result of sequestration -- across-the-board spending reductions to enforce certain budget policy goals. In response, the Secretary of Defense implemented an administrative furlough, among other things by placing most of DOD's civilian personnel in a temporary nonduty, nonpay status. An administrative furlough is a planned event by an agency to absorb reductions due to budget situations other than a lapse in appropriations. This report (1) examined how DOD implemented its furloughs and any reported cost savings; (2) examined the extent to which DOD utilized up-to-date cost-savings information in the planning and implementation of furloughs; and (3) identified any reported examples of impacts that resulted from the furloughs. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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