DoD to rearrange $100 billion in budget

The Defense Department wants to rearrange $100 billion in its budget.

The agency is not going to ask for more funding in fiscal 2012.

Instead it’s doing what many Americans and non-DoD agencies have to do — tighten their belts and make hard choices about spending priorities.

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Federal News Radio’s Jason Miller has details on DoD’s plan to move that money from administrative functions to the warfighter’s mission.