Urgent Deficiency Appropriations for the Military and Naval Establishments, 1916

hearings before the United States House Committee on Appropriations, Subcommittee on Deficiency Appropriations, Sixty-Fourth Congress, first session, on June 26, 1916
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The Naval Act of was also called the "Big Navy Act" was United States federal legislation that called for vastly enlarging the US overlooked landmark piece of legislation, President Woodrow Wilson determined amidst the repeated incidents with Germany to build "incomparably, the greatest Navy in the world" over a ten-year period with the intent of making the U.S.

Navy equal to any Enacted by: the 64th United States Congress.

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Urgent Deficiency Bill,For War Expenses And Other Purposes ()Author: Committee On Appropriations. In United States federal legislation, the Army Appropriations Act of authorized money for the larger troop strength, and created the Council of National Defense (CND) which established communications and information sharing between military and industrial leaders.

The CND was a Cabinet committee with an Advisory Commission of prominent citizens working without pay. tary and Naval Establishments shall be available for the payment for existing emaer of obligations on account of the existing emergency incurred prior en to the passage of this Act and which are property chargeable to such appropriations.

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From the passage of the Naval Appropriations Act of April 4,the Bureau was responsible for the design and construction of all public works and public utilities for the United States Navy, regardless of the areas of responsibility of the other bureaux. This increase in the strength of the naval forces in commission, together with the enlargement of naval and Marine Corps personnel, made immediate demands on the supporting shore establishments, particularly those on the East Coast, and occasioned a request to the Congress, when the Emergency Supplemental Appropriation Bill for was.

National Defense Act Fact The Naval Act ofa massive naval appropriations bill, was passed authorizing 10 battleships, 10 Omaha-class scout cruisers, 6 Lexington-class battle cruisers, 50 Wickes-class destroyers and numerous other smaller warships to 1916 book.

The United States Urgent Deficiency Appropriations for the Military and Naval Establishments is meant to be an organized, logical compilation of the laws passed by Congress. At its top level, it divides the world of legislation into fifty topically-organized Titles, and each Title is further subdivided into any number of logical subtopics.

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38 insert - (41 Stat. L., ). 57, after 1. 19 insert: Departmental Interchange of Service and Materials. - Act provides inter changeability of service and material between one bureau or department and another with reciprocal exchange of funds which shall be available for two years after such allocation.

GAO reviewed Navy financial operations for fiscal year (FY)focusing on 15 cases in which the Department of Defense (DOD) reported to Congress that the Navy had violated the Antideficiency Act.

GAO found that: (1) 13 of the 15 cases resulted from misunderstanding, confusion, and misapplication of financial management regulations and guidance regarding procurement and fund management; (2.

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Sixty-fifth Congress, second session. Naval Captain expansionist. During the s, he became the leading advocate of sea power and western imperialism. Inhe published "The Influence of Sea Power Upon History", ,in which he argued that a nation's greatness and prosperity comes from maritime power.

APPROPRIATIONS An appropriation is an authorization by an act of Congress to incur obligations for specified purposes and to make payments therefor from the Treasury. Simply stated, an appropriation results from an act of Congress to provide the funding authority for the Navy to accomplish specific functions or missions.

In Congress passed a naval appropriations bill that included funding for construction of a protected cruiser, a torpedo boat, and “three sea-going coast-line battle ships designed to carry the heaviest armor and most powerful ordnance.” The legislation, which went into effect on Jfor the following fiscal year, came to be called the Battleship Act.

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Ina database of bills in the U.S. Congress. 78th Congress), and offered therein an amendment to the urgent deficiency appropriation bill (H.R.78th Congress) to implement the recommendation of its special subcommittee.

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39, p. The Naval Appropriation Act of included the authorization of 50 Wickes Class destroyers to compliment 10 new battleships, 6 battlecruisers and 10 light cruisers with the goal of building a Navy second to none.

The new destroyers were designed for high speed operations and intentionally designed for mass production setting a precedent for. Military Construction – $ billion for more than military construction projects, $ million below the FY level and $ million above the President’s request.

The bill funds $ million in projects requested for Overseas Contingency Operations, and $ million to fund priority projects from the Service Chiefs’ unfunded list. ( th): Providing for consideration of the bill (H.R.

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This book, Our National, Defense—The Patriotism They are easily scared by a hue and cry about unpreparedness when naval or military appropriations are wanted. let me call attention to the fact that during the last ten years the appropriations for the support of the military establishments of this country have amounted to the grand.

sponse to § of the Urgent Deficiency Appropriation Act of ). 8 In every case of an “enforcement-litigation gap” that I have been able to identify, the decision that the law raised constitutional red flags and therefore would not be defended by government lawyers appears to have been made by the Department of Justice or the White House.

FY Defense Appropriations Bill: An Overview of House-passed H.R. H.R.the FY Defense Appropriations Bill passed by the House on J would provide $ billion to fund all activities of the Department of Defense (DOD) except for the construction of military facilities and the operation of military family housing complexes.Programs 8, 10, 11, 12 and 14 involved no new construction, and their appropriations are unknown.

Nomenclature: Semi-official short titles of acts are given. All appropriations after were entitled "Naval Appropriations Act FY " except 44(2): "lst Supplemental Naval Defense Appropriation Act FY ," and 44(3): "2nd Deficiency.Shown Here: Reported to Senate with amendment(s) (07/17/) Highlights: The Department of Defense Appropriations Act, provides regular annual appropriations for the military functions of the Department of Defense (DOD), including the pay, allowances, and support of military personnel; operation and maintenance of the forces; procurement of equipment and systems; and research.