Congress Delays Consideration of FY 2011 Budget

Congress recessed for the fall elections without passing any

of the twelve individual fiscal year 2011 appropriations bills. FY 2011 began on October 1.

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The Congress passed legislation, known as a continuing resolution, to temporarily fund federal agencies until early-December at current FY 2010 levels.

President Obama will send his proposed FY 2012 budget to Congress in early-February. No matter which party controls Congress, severe cuts are anticipated in discretionary, non-defense related spending. This does not bode well for funding of programs of interest to the historical and archival communities.

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