The Fiscal Year 2021 National Defense Authorization Act

NDAAThe Fiscal Year 2021 National Defense Authorization ActAnalysis of House and Senate actions

National Security,  | Analysis
Jun 23, 2020  | 2 min read | Print Article

Welcome to the Taxpayers for Common Sense rolling blog with all things related to the Fiscal Year 2021 National Defense Authorization Act in one handy place.

We have the details here for your reading pleasure. We started with an analysis of the available details of the mark-up by the Senate Armed Services Committee, which were only available from a press release.

The House Armed Services Committee takes a more open approach to its mark-up and we’re able to read the actual “Chairman’s Mark” for each subcommittee.

We’ll be updating this throughout the mark-up process and when the bill is debated on the floor of the House and Senate. So keep coming back for our take on all the details.

Read on.

HASC ANALYSIS – starting June 23, 2020

SASC ANALYSIS – starting June 11, 2020

The Senate Armed Services Committee has published its press release of what they think is important from the FY21 NDAA mark-up. We like to put on our green eyeshades, roll up our sleeves, and dive into the actual report language and tables for all the best tidbits. But we’ll work with what we’ve got.  And there are plenty of details in the press release for us to make some preliminary comments.
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