Bush Exit Strategy, Spend $3.1 Trillion, Let Rebates Boost China

WASHINGTON — President Bush unveiled a $3.1 trillion budget on Monday that supports sizable increases in military spending to fight the war on terrorism and protects his signature tax cuts.

The spending proposal, which shows the government spending $3 trillion in a 12-month period for the first time in history, squeezes most […]

Army Procurement Melts Under Close Scrutiny

The Army’s top procurement official, Claude M. Bolton Jr., resigned yesterday after six years on the job.

Bolton, a retired Air Force major general, will step down as assistant secretary of the Army for acquisition, logistics and technology on Jan. 2. Bolton, a retired Air Force major general, will step down as […]