FY20 Budget Review
By Hamilton Cook, Doug Berenson & Matt Vallone
Following the rollout of the FY20 budget last week, Hamilton Cook sat down with Doug Berenson and Matt Vallone to discuss their reactions to the budget, what surprised them, and which elements of the budget met their expectations. The trio also take a deep dive into the budget breakdown for each of the Services, analyzing where priorities have shifted in RDT&E, procurement and O&M for the Army, Navy and Air Force.
ABOUT THE PRESENTERS
Hamilton Cook is a Research Associate with Avascent Analytics, where he specializes in airborne platforms and systems, simulation and training, and the US Army. In addition, Hamilton has been quoted in media regarding US Army aviation, long-range fires, and budgetary policy. Previously, Hamilton worked in Avascent’s consulting division, where he specialized in military platforms as well as services price-to-win. For more information, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Doug Berenson is a Managing Director at Avascent. Doug has over twenty years of experience in the defense and aerospace sector with a specialization in macroeconomic, budgetary and programmatic forces shaping global defense and aerospace markets. In addition, Mr. Berenson leads Avascent Analytics, a provider of rigorous, structured analyses on global defense markets. For more information, contact: email@example.com.
Matt Vallone, Director of Research & Analysis at Avascent Analytics, is responsible for the team of analysts that maintain and update Avascent’s Global Platforms and Systems database. In addition, Matt serves as Avascent’s primary expert on Congressional activity and the appropriations process, writing a weekly report on Congressional action. Prior to working for Avascent, Matt served as legislative director for Congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter in the U.S. House of Representatives. For more information, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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