CR Deal Would Set Back Critical Projects

August 14, 2012

A tentative deal for a six-month continuing resolution would, if approved, avert the threat of a government shutdown until March — but it also would set back plans for new and expanded programs.

CRs consign agencies to an all-too-familiar budget limbo. Under a CR, new programs are generally taboo; hiring and procurement are restricted; and agencies may even be stuck with funding programs at levels they think are unnecessarily high.

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