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You definitely have to get rid of the Budget Control Act to do this," Wasserbly said.
Budget Control Act of 2011, Public Law 112-25, 112th Cong.
Speaking on the agreement, Tariq Gulzar, Chief Financial Officer (CFO), Warid Telecom said: Budget control automation is part of our technology road map to improve the speed of business and further strengthen the internal control environment.
Reductions in the development and acquisition of major weapon systems will likely be a direct impact of the Budget Control Act during the next ten years.
resolution proposes revising the Budget Control Act's statutory
One in which non-binding budget resolutions and budget control acts not only didn't eliminate deficit spending for any meaningful period but also arguably opened the door for massive entitlement expansion?
He offers "power tool" tips for communicating, waste management, budget control, training, and other aspects of managing change.
With around a decade's experience within the Midlands property sector, Gareth Booker has joined Harris Lamb's Birmingham office in Francis Road, bringing a track record that includes project management, budget control, tenant liaison and due diligence.
Under the Budget Control Act of 2011, which created the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction, lawmakers were supposed to get together and work out a deal to reduce spending.
The nation's urban public school districts have been bracing for the fiscal impact that would result from a sequestration of federal funds, a financial provision in the Budget Control Act of 2011.
The Budget Control Act's sequestration procedures will apply spending cuts to all federal programs not exempted by the law.
The groups claim that the 2 percent reduction in Medicare payments called for under the Budget Control Act of 2011 (sequestration) will result in the loss of more than 766,000 health care and related jobs by 2021.