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Government Matters (Full Show) – May 12, 2021

Former Defense Department comptroller: Budget execution system needs greater flexibility Bob Hale, Adjunct Senior Fellow at the Center for a New American Security, talks about the recent hearing for Ronald Moultrie and Mike McCord for major Defense Department positions   Congress must focus on missions before systems, says former Air Force vice chief of staff […]

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Former Defense Department comptroller: Budget execution system needs greater flexibility

The Senate Armed Services Committee is considering the nominations of two more people. The confirmation hearing for Ronald Moultrie to become under secretary of defense for intelligence and security and Mike McCord to become under secretary of defense (comptroller) was Tuesday. The first question at the hearing centered around the Planning, Programming, Budgeting and Execution […]

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Congress must focus on missions before systems, says former Air Force vice chief of staff

Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Charles “CQ” Brown is sounding an alarm about modernizing his service. Brown and the Acting Air Force Secretary John Roth told the House Appropriations Defense Subcommittee they need more latitude to get rid of programs the force no longer needs. Larry Spencer (Ret.), USAF, 37th Vice Chief of Staff […]

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SHIPYARD Act does not go far enough, says Hudson Institute senior fellow

A new bill in Congress, the SHIPYARD Act, would put $25 billion into the shipyard problem sea service experts are warning about, which is that shipyard capacity is too small to support the Navy. Bryan Clark, Senior Fellow and Director at the Hudson Institute, said the act does not go far enough to address the […]

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Government Matters (Full Show) – May 11, 2021

Better IT could generate hundreds of billions of dollars at Internal Revenue Service John Koskinen, former Commissioner of the IRS, discusses the importance of adequately funding the Internal Revenue Service and areas where money should go within the agency   Defense Department reform efforts “up in the air” since removal of chief management officer role […]

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Better IT could generate hundreds of billions of dollars at Internal Revenue Service

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) would get $80 billion in President Biden’s budget proposal. Two former IRS commissioners said Sunday on “Government Matters” the budget boost should be permanent. Another former IRS commissioner, John Koskinen, gives his view on how the money should be spent. Koskinen, who endorses the spending, said using some of the […]

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Defense Department reform efforts “up in the air” since removal of chief management officer role

Business operation transformation at the Pentagon is on the latest High-Risk List from the Government Accountability Office (GAO). GAO says the Defense Department can do more to track its reform efforts. Elizabeth Field, Director of Defense Capabilities and Management Issues at GAO, said her office noted progress from the Defense Department last year on improving […]

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