According to several news sources, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel’s fiscal year 2015 budget for the Pentagon will outline several significant spending cuts and reforms.
Accountants don’t have the most exciting job, but they do have an important job. With a bureaucracy the size of the U.S. government, accountants are part of the system to ensure taxpayer dollars are spent responsibly.
Or at least they should be.
For months, the US and Iran have engaged in secret meetings to reach an historic agreement aimed at slowing Tehran’s nuclear program. After a deal was reached early Sunday, leaders from the US, Iran and Israel took to Twitter to voice their opinions. Get our analysis and see what they had to say.
According to the Defense Department inspector general, in fiscal year 2012, the DoD made $882 million in improper payments. See what $882 million could have provided.
According to a Special Inspector General for Iraq Reconstruction report, entitled “Learning From Iraq,” American taxpayers footed the bill for at least $61 billion in wasted funds. Here are the top three takeaways from the IG’s final report.
This week on Public Pulse, we want your opinions on the federal deficit, defense spending, and the health of our economy.
With today’s nomination of former Sen. Hagel to be Secretary of Defense, it’s appropriate to stop and examine defense spending. Here are three key takeaways.
With tax season upon us, many of you may be wondering where your tax dollars are going. With a number of laws directing your tax dollars spent on certain programs and Congress refusing to pass a budget, it can be hard to know
There will certainly be many schools of thought when discussing how to control government’s ballooning expenditures. But there should be a consensus that nothing can be off the table.