“A bipartisan group of leaders on the Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee warned the financial heads of the largest federal agencies not to go on a spending spree as the final days of the fiscal year approach.’
“The letter was sent to the CFOs at the Departments of Defense, Treasury, Veterans Affairs, Homeland Security, Energy, Justice, State, Transportation, Health and Human Services as well as the General Services Administration, NASA, National Science Foundation and Social Security Administration.”
“…with only limited time left in the current fiscal year, eight of the top ten highest-spending federal agencies have not used as much as 40 percent of their budgets,” said the letter.” Read the full article here.
Source: Senators look to wean agencies off year-end spending sprees – By Mark Rockwell, September 4, 2018. FCW.