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TODAY'S APPOINTMENTS

SECRETARY OF DEFENSE WILLIAM COHEN

Scheduled Meeting

DEPUTY SECRETARY OF DEFENSE JOHN J. HAMRE

Scheduled Meeting

Media Events

2:00 PDUSD Bodner Briefing
3:30 Background Briefing (SecDef Trip to Africa)

Public Affairs Releases for February 7, 2000

1 BT Contracts for February 7, 2000
2 BT Defense Department Reports on Operation Allied Force
3 BT FY 2001 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION BUDGET REQUEST
4 BT DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE BUDGET FOR FY 2001
5 PA Briefing on Declaration of Principles for Def. Equip. and Industrial Cooperation
6 PA Rascon Ceremony
7 PA SecDef Trip to Africa
8 TRNS Secretary of Defense William S. Cohen News Briefing on the FY 2001 Budget
9 TRNS Joint Press Conference with Secretary Cohen and Secretary Hoon

Congressional

House The House schedule is uncertain.
Senate The Senate schedule is uncertain.

Committees

2/8/2000
0930
106 Dirksen
Senate Committee on Armed Services OPEN Witnesses: William S. Cohen, Secretary of Defense; and General Hugh Shelton, Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff re: FY 2001 defense authorization budget request.

DUTY OFFICER FOR FEBRUARY 8, 2000 - LTC Van De Steeg

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There are no Speeches available for 2/8/2000. Please see the Speeches overview page for more


02/08/2000
DOD AWARDS $40.2 MILLION TO UNIVERSITIES FOR RESEARCH EQUIPMENT Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Science and Technology Delores Etter announced plans today to award $40.2 million to academic institutions to support the purchase of research instrumentation. The 221 awards to 100 academic institutions are expected to range from about $50,000 to $1,000,000...


02/08/2000
Press Advisory on Availability of SecDef Annual Report Secretary of Defense William S. Cohen's Annual Report to the President and the Congress outlines the Department's programs for the coming year. It was released today and is available electronically at http://www.dtic.mil/execsec/adr2000/ .

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