Agencies could see budget cuts in 2017

Budget cuts could affect federal agencies again in 2017, according to Federal Times.

The Office of Management and Budget released a budget guidance that said that agencies could see as much as a five percent budget cut in 2017 from what their discretionary budgets in 2016 are.

In addition to the cuts, agencies will have to strive after priorities, including data-driven management reviews, reducing real property footprint and enhancing or moving to shared services, Federal Times reported.

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