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TODAY'S APPOINTMENTS

SECRETARY OF DEFENSE WILLIAM COHEN

9:30 a.m. (EST) Testifies before Senate Armed Services Committee on Fiscal 2000 Defense Budget.

DEPUTY SECRETARY OF DEFENSE JOHN J. HAMRE


Scheduled Meetings.

PUBLIC AFFAIRS RELEASES FOR FEBRUARY 2, 1999

1 BT Contracts
2 BT Reserve Forces Policy Board Sponsors Education Summit
3 TRNS Background Briefing on Secretary Cohen's Upcoming Trip to Spain, Germany and South Africa, February 2, 1999
4 TRNS Background Briefing On DoD Budget, January 29, 1999

CONGRESSIONAL:

9:30 a.m. (EST)
216 Hart
The Senate Committee on Armed Services will conduct an OPEN hearing on the Fiscal 2000 Defense Budget. Witnesses scheduled to testify include Secretary Cohen, Gen. Henry H. Shelton, Chairman, JCS; and William Lynn, USD (Comptroller).
9:30 a.m. (EST)
608 Dirksen
The Senate Committee on the Budget will conduct an OPEN hearing on the President's Fiscal 2000 Budget. Witnesses scheduled to testify include Robert Rubin, Secretary of the Treasury.
9:30 a.m. (EST)
2118 Rayburn
The House Committee on Armed Services will conduct a CLOSED hearing on Threats to U.S. National Security. Witnesses scheduled to testify include George Tenet, Director of the Central Intelligence Agency.

DUTY OFFICER FOR FEBRUARY 3, 1999 - LTC Van de Steeg

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More than 200 firms are...



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