A stop-gap budget deal reached by Congress to reopen the government this week ends one problem, but puts the Pentagon back in the same difficult position it was about a year ago — operating at last year’s funding levels and juggling at least three potential futures. A continuing resolution (CR) provides money for the military at fiscal 2013 levels through Jan. 15, 2014, but prevents new-start programs from beginning and offers little in the way of flexibility. “It’s a Groundhog Day ...

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