Sequestration, Budgets & Political Climate: Uncertainty & The Path Forward

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Presented at the 68th Annual Meeting of the ORAU Council of Sponsoring Institutions on March 7, 2013, by Joe Davis, senior vice president, Artemis Strategies.

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Sequestration, Budgets & Political Climate: Uncertainty & The Path Forward

  1. 1. Sequestration, Budgets &Political Climate Uncertainty & The Path Forward
  2. 2. Sequestration, Budgets & CR Collide• Congress delayed sequestration. It was implemented on March 1.• March 1 - March 27th: Critical time for Congress to understand the impacts of sequestration.• March 27th - Congress must pass a Fiscal Year 2013 Continuing Resolution (CR) to keep the government open.• CR Duration? Most likely a full-year CR based on FY12 spending levels.• President’s Budget for FY14 – Early April• Office of Science – flat, but up slightly. Program uncertainty continues today with OMB as DOE appeals some key programs.
  3. 3. Political Climate• Working to keep the government open.• Very little cooperation on anything else.• Key decisions are deferred.• Budget debates over the next 3 months will dominate.• Trust and confidence is lacking. Uncertainty demands engagement.
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