Administration's fiscal 2011 budget request includes a substantial funding increase to upgrade nuclear weapons facilities and modernize and sustain the weapons stockpile.
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Report by House and Senate Republicans finds agency broke the law by failing to first notify Congress.
Statement is the latest in a prolonged campaign of advertisements, news releases and public statements by two global competitors for what could be a $50 billion deal.
Measure is expected to be introduced as an amendment to defense authorization legislation.
More than 40 agencies have until August 2011 to file plans to transition to the new telecommunications services.
Agencies are working hard to bring people on board faster and increase manager buy-in, officials say.
Guidance to acquisition staff will affect how the Pentagon spends $400 billion annually on weapons and services.
Renominating the officials is necessary because Republicans opposed an agreement that would have kept them pending on the Senate calendar.
Michael Donley advises service leaders not to get "over-extended" in programs they cannot afford.
Republicans want to reduce spending to fiscal 2008 levels; Democrats oppose the proposal, pointing to a study that shows the cuts would be the deepest in recent history.