Issue / FY20

Senate Debates FY20 DOT Appropriations: Highway Rescission Fix Offered

This week, the U.S. Senate took up a $209 billion package of four appropriations bills for fiscal year 2020, including the...

Amendments Filed in the Senate to the FY 2020 USDOT Appropriations Act

Reflects all transportation-related amendments filed as of close of business on October 30, 2019. The text of the first three...

Senate May Consider FY20 Transportation-HUD Appropriations Next Week

The U.S. Senate could start consideration of a package of fiscal year 2020 appropriations bills that includes the Transportation-HUD...

FHWA Gives States Highway Obligation Authority Through Nov. 21

The Federal Highway Administration on October 10 gave state departments of transportation $5.2 billion in fiscal year 2020 highway...

2020 Highway Rescission May Get Repealed in Defense Bill

A looming $7.6 billion cut in highway funding scheduled to take place on July 1, 2020 may be repealed in the National Defense...

FY20 Donor State Update: TX Adjustment Worsens CO, SC Rates of Return

As ETW noted on October 2, the annual distribution of formula highway funding under the FAST Act is still largely determined by how...

OMB Implements FY20 CR

Fiscal year 2020 began at 12:01 a.m. on Tuesday, October 1, and the operations of the federal government continued seamlessly (despite...

$43.4B in FY20 Highway Funding Apportioned to States

Fiscal year 2020 began on October 1, and the Federal Highway Administration was required to apportion $43.4 billion in highway contract...

Senate Bill Gives Water Infrastructure Grants $319M Less than House

This week, the Senate Appropriations Committee approved a fiscal 2020 appropriations bill for federal environmental programs that...

Senate FY20 Homeland Funding Bill Cuts TSA Screeners, Coast Guard Procurement

The Senate Appropriations Committee yesterday approved a bill funding the Department of Homeland Security for fiscal year 2020. But...

Senate Clears FY20 CR; No More Shutdowns Until Nov. 21 (At Least)

The U.S. Senate has given its approval to the House-passed stopgap appropriations bill covering the first 7 1/2 weeks of fiscal year...

House Passes 7 1/2 Week CR As Appropriations Start Slowly in Senate

Yesterday, the House of Representatives passed H.R. 4378, a stopgap continuing resolution to keep federal agencies and programs...

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