A deal has been reached in the Fiscal cliff.
Sequester delayed by two months.
would also temporarily delay the sequester -- i.e., billions of dollars
in across-the-board spending cuts -- for another two months. The cost
of continuing current spending levels will be paid for through an even
mix of tax revenue increases and later spending cuts. Half of those cuts
will come from defense spending; half will come from nondefense
So the pain continues however it looks like 5% cuts
for the labs at least. RIF's who knows. However we pay LLNLs and LANS 5%
of our lab budget so maybe we have an idea of where to cut?
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