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The unfunded requirements lists from the services are less than $5 billion for each service except the Air Force which comes in at a very large $18.
The National Head Start Association (NHSA) warned that the new unfunded requirements for Head Start programs would worsen already mounting service cuts that are resulting from other unfunded federal requirements (including implementing expensive 2004 transportation safety rules and the considerable costs associated with participating in the controversial NRS testing system).
She developed databases to track open documents and unfunded requirements, saving 300 work-hours per year.
This will make our budget go a lot farther and help reduce the unfunded requirements we face each year," said Chandler, Chief of Transportation and Distribution Policy.
These tools help identify unfunded requirements and assist action officers and decision-makers to determine "bill payers" for the future force.
The most significant unfunded requirements are documented in the integrated POM at Force Tab P.
After a decade in which the federal government passed law after law imposing new and unfunded requirements on local governments while cutting funding to carry out those very same requirements, the Penny-Kasich amendment would simply have done more of the same: force cuts in resources critical to complying with Congressional requirements.
When I was in Baghdad, I saw urgent unfunded requirements spewing out just because someone--usually with stars on his collar--wanted a new toy he had heard about," Hamby said at the conference.