Brian Bonar is a financial expert and an investor in San Diego. Currently, he is the CEO and chairman of Trucept, Inc. Trucept is a company that deals with small and medium institutions by completing their tasks such as managing their human resources administration, managing payrolls, taxes, risk management, and the employee benefits.
Trucept also ensures that it respects the qualities of the client business while it makes decisions for them and offering both temporary and long-term staffing solutions. Some of his areas of expertise include aviation, K-12 education projects, retail, commercial, multi-family housing, among others.
Mr. Brian’s knowledge comes from his education background where he has a Bachelors and a Master’s degree in Technical and Mechanical Engineering from James Watt Technical College and Stafford University. In 2000 he received the Who’s Who in America. Over his career life, Brian has developed a reputation as a leader who is inspired to achieve the goals and aspirations of his clients, team members, and project partners.
Bonar has also held top positions in other successful companies. Before Smart-Tek Solutions was re-branded to Trucept, Inc. he was its Chief Financial Officer and serves as the Chief Executive Officer of Smart-Tek Automated Services, Inc.
President Donald Trump made a proposal to focus the over $3 trillion federal budget to the national security that includes local law enforcement, Border patrol, and the boosts to the military.
The proposal also includes cutting domestic programs and foreign aid with the Trump administration’s fiscal 2018 budget of $462 billion in domestic funding and $603 billion in defense spending.
The plan aims at keeping America safe, keeping out criminals, terrorists, and putting violent offenders behind bars or removing them from America. Some of the programs that are in for discussion on cutting them include the Obama administration’s climate initiatives.
The proposed increase in defense is one of a kind in the history of the American politics, with a total of $54 billion above the Budget Control Act spending caps for defense.
Obama administration proposed a defense budget higher than the spending caps in 2018, but it was not as high compared to that of the Trump Administration that has an increase of $18.5 billion.
Law enforcement will focus on the local and urban areas that are known for violence. However, Trump has hinted that the budget would stick to the fiscal standards and his agendas like infrastructure, roads, bridges, and tunnels.
According to an OMB official, the budget calls for the rest of the world to take charge for some of the programs that America has been funding because it is expected to cut down the amount spent on foreign aid.