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Congressional Briefing: A Unified Security Budget for the United States
March 2, 2010 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Key members of the administration’s National Security team—Deputy Secretary Lynn and Secretary Clinton among them—and key congressional leaders have expressed support for a National Security Budget that would allow the overall balance of resources devoted to military forces, homeland security and non-military international affairs to be considered as an integrated whole.
A taskforce of experts in each of these dimensions of security has been making this case since 2004 in an annual report, A Unified Security Budget for the United States. The taskforce leaders,
- Lawrence Korb, senior fellow, Center for American Progress
- Miriam Pemberton, research fellow, Institute for Policy Studies, and
- William Johnstone, Partnership for a Security America
will report on the overall balance of resources in the FY 2011 budget request, make the case for a rebalanced portfolio, and discuss the ways and means of getting one.
Please join us.