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Congress has passed the fiscal year 2019 Labor, Health and Human Services and Education Appropriations Bill, the legislation that funds the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS). The spending package includes $1.08 billion for the service agency, a $19...Read More »
On March 23, 2018 Congress passed and the president signed a $1.3 trillion omnibus appropriations bill to fund government operations through the remainder of fiscal year 2018 (which ends on September 30, 2018). The bill includes $1.06 billion for the Corporation for National and Community...Read More »
The House of Representatives passed an FY18 omnibus appropriations bill, a 12-bill package that includes $510 billion for non-defense discretionary spending and $621 billion for defense spending. While the bill would sustain funding for the Corporation for National and Community...Read More »
The spending bill avoids the threat of a government shutdown on October 1, when FY18 begins, and includes a short-term continuing resolution that extends funding at approximately FY17 levels for all of the functions of the federal government, including the...Read More »
The Senate Appropriations Committee marked up and approved an FY18 spending bill that would level-fund the majority of Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) programs, including AmeriCorps and Senior Corps, next year. The bill maintains current funding levels for...Read More »
The House Appropriations Committee marked up and voted to advance an FY18 spending bill that would level-fund the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS), AmeriCorps and Senior Corps at current levels.Read More »
The Administration’s FY18 budget proposal calls for the elimination of the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS), AmeriCorps, and Senior Corps over the course of the next year. If enacted, the President’s proposal would support the orderly shutdown of...Read More »