FY2024 Appropriations Tracker
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January 8, 2024
Over the weekend, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and Speaker Mike Johnson (R-LA) reached an agreement on FY24 topline spending which includes $886 billion in defense spending (3% increase over FY23) and $773 billion for discretionary funding (roughly the same as FY23). There are two tight deadlines approaching: four of the twelve appropriations bills…
December 15, 2023
Both the Senate and the House have passed the FY24 NDAA this week, sending the package to President Biden. The National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) sets the policy agenda and authorizes funding for the Department of Defense each year. The final negotiated version of the FY24 NDAA authorizes $886 billion in national defense funding, an…
December 8, 2023
A new bipartisan bill was introduced in the House Education Committee on Tuesday that would allow Pell Grants to be used for short-term programs programs lasting eight weeks (currently, they can only be used for academic programs lasting at least 15 weeks). This would go into effect for the 2025-2026 school year. The bipartisan bill…