Congress, Defense, and the Budget Enforcement Act in 1992
Doyle, Richard B.
McCaffery, Jerry L.
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The budget controls prescribed by BEA were rather faithfully implemented in 1992, but the deficit continued to grow and the clarity of the budget process was diminished. Spending on mandatories accelerated. The discretionary budgets were met and the defense accounts provided what deficit relief occurred in 1992. Spending control was not deficit control in 1992.
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NPS Report NumberNPS-AS-93-014
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