Publication Date

9-21-2016

Abstract

The GI Bills® provide financial assistance to individuals, whose eligibility is based on experience in the uniformed services, while they are enrolled in approved programs of education, including training programs. In FY2017, the GI Bills are estimated to provide over $14 billion in benefits to over 1 million veterans and service members and their dependents. The largest program, the Post-9/11 GI Bill, is estimated to account for approximately 93% of the benefits and 80% of the participants. This report provides a description of and background for selected provisions in bills that did and would amend the GI Bills and have been reported by a committee of the 114th Congress as of July 2016.

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Suggested Citation
Dortch, C. (2016). GI Bill legislation considered in the 114th Congress (CRS Report R44586). Washington, DC: Congressional Research Service.

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