Sequestration impacts on Virginia, Maryland, D.C.

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With sequestration just days away, the White House has released a report on each of the 50 states and the District of Columbia, outlining what the effects would be if the measure is enacted.

The Office of Management and Budget now calculates that sequestration will require an annual reduction of roughly five percent for nondefense programs and roughly eight percent for defense programs.

However, given that these cuts must be achieved over only seven months instead of a full 12-month fiscal year, the effective percentage reductions will be approximately nine percent for nondefense programs and 13 percent for defense programs.

Below, are reports for the Washington, D.C. metro area: Virginia, Maryland and the District of Columbia:

Impact of March 1st Cuts on Middle Class Families, Jobs and Economic Security: Virginia by

Impact of March 1st Cuts on Middle Class Families, Jobs and Economic Security: The District of by

Impact of March 1st Cuts on Middle Class Families, Jobs and Economic Security: Maryland by

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Agencies, Government IT News, Management & Budget, Office of Management and Budget (OMB), Sequestration, White House
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