Congress and the Navy Budget : the impact of the budget process on the FY 1990 Navy Program Budget
Vanscoy, Jonathan E.
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The purpose of this theses is to study the impact of the Congressional Budget process on the Department of the Navy (DoN) fiscal year 1990 budget. The thesis focuses on four specific events that took place during the FY 1990 budget process. These four events are (1) the actions of the Authorizing and Appropriating Committees, (2) a technical estimating difference between the congressional Budget Office and the Department of Defense (DoD), (3) the Byrd Amendment which took money from DoD and other appropriations to fund the war on drugs and (4) the Gramm-Rudman-Hollings sequestration process. Each of these events had a separate and distinct effect on the FY 1990 DoN budget
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