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Senate Appropriations Committee Releases Fiscal 2015 Funding Bill

The Senate Appropriations Committee on Thursday released a budget for fiscal 2015 that provides funding for NTEU-represented agencies including the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).

The Financial Services and General Government Appropriations bill, approved in subcommittee, would give the IRS a $236 million boost over this year’s funding levels and $1.7 billion more than the House version of the bill. This increased funding is necessary to help the IRS begin restoring quality taxpayer services and its ability to enforce the nation’s tax laws.

Another key agency, the SEC, would receive $1.7 billion next year, $350 million above current levels.

The Senate bill also continues the NTEU-supported government-wide moratorium on all new A-76 public-private competitions for federal work.

In the coming weeks, NTEU will continue to stress the importance of adequate funding for represented agencies and will fight to protect other positive provisions in the Senate bill.

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