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2013 Sequestration: Selected Federal Agencies Reduced Some Services and Investments, While Taking Short-Term Actions to Mitigate Effects
Michelle Sager (ed); Edda Emmanuelli Perez (ed)
On March 1, 2013 the President ordered a sequestration of $85.3 billion across federal government accounts. Final appropriations enacted on March 26, 2013 reduced this amount to $80.5 billion. Under current law, a sequestration of direct spending will occur through FY 2024 and another sequestration of discretionary appropriations could occur in any fiscal year through 2021. GAO was asked to evaluate how agencies prepared for and implemented sequestration in FY 2013. GAO's March 2014 report broadly examined FY 2013 sequestration at 23 large federal agencies. This report examines in greater depth: (1) the effects of FY 2013 sequestration on the operations, performance, or services to the public for selected components within federal agencies; and (2) how those selected components planned for and implemented the FY 2013 sequestration. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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