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AMERICA’S ARMY:
 THE STRENGTH OF THE NATION
 
Budget Uncertainty Impact on
the U.S. Army
State-by-State ComparisonAs of: 15 February 2013
 
AMERICA’S ARMY:
 THE STRENGTH OF THE NATION
Budget Uncertainty Impact on theUnited States Army by State 
 
*Budget uncertainty includes CR, Sequestration and pressure created by emerging OCO requirements
Total Impact:~$15.35 Billion302,626 JobsAffected
 
Budget Control Act reduces the Army end strength over 106,600 Soldiers and CiviliansSequestration doubles end strength reductions to over ~200,000 totalEvery installation will be impacted< $100M$101M - $200M$201M - $500M$501M - $1,000M>$1,000MReductions ($M)
 
*Jobs Affected: Include DA Civilian furloughs, and jobs lost due to reduced military investments, reduced MILCON, decreased DEPOToperations, and reduced Base Operations
As of 15FEB13
DC$32M1,963 Jobs
 
AMERICA’S ARMY:
 THE STRENGTH OF THE NATION
The Army has two major challenges due to the Budget Uncertainty
1.Near Term. During this budget year (FY13) the Army has an ~$18Bshortfall due to the combined impact of the **Continuing Resolution,Sequestration and Emerging Overseas Contingency Operations (OCO)requirements.
 – 
The Continuing Resolution (CR) - OMA is $6B less than required for support,sustaining unit readiness and transitioning from combat operations in FY14.
 – 
Sequestration
 – 
The sequestration OMA bill is ~$5.3B on top of the ContinuingResolution (CR) shortfall.
 – 
Emerging Overseas Contingency Operations (OCO) requirements
 – 
estimated at $5-7Bto support war operations, primarily for Theater Operations, Transportation for equipment, and subsistence for deployed civilian personnel.
2.Longer Term. Sequestration significantly lowers the discretionaryfunding caps for DOD during FY14-FY21, dramatically cutting personnel, modernization and readiness funding in future years.
**The CR further constrains Army’s ability to modernize and provide priority facilities essential for our force with restrict
ions
 preventing “new program starts” and production rate increases
 
Budget Uncertainty Impacts on theUnited States Army 

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