A list of federal programs and initiatives that would lose some or all of their funding in fiscal 2011 and beyond under Obama's budget plan.
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Department would cut unnecessary programs, kill NSPS and grow the acquisition workforce.
Group will study a range of issues, including any changes to benefits, base housing and personnel policies that would be made necessary by repealing the law.
Proposal would spend $158 million to increase the size of the procurement workforce by 5 percent.
Department also dedicates fiscal 2011 funding to bioterror countermeasures.
From Nextgov.com: Budget freeze could lead agencies to focus on IT projects that reduce costs, report says
Agencies should strategically invest in solutions such as standardization and cloud computing that lead to less spending.
Terminating or reducing funding for those programs would save more than $20 billion, White House officials say.
Challenge will be balancing spending to spur job growth with efforts to keep the deficit in check.
The Pentagon should not get a pass as administration officials and lawmakers look for places to trim spending, Rep. John Boehner says.
Administration requests $548.9 billion for the department's base budget -- a 3.4 percent boost over fiscal 2010 enacted levels -- and $159.3 billion to pay for the wars.