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The Senate plans to vote this week on a stopgap continuing resolution (CR) that would avoid a looming government shutdown when the new fiscal year 2020 begins Oct. 1, CQ reported Monday. The CR, which passed the House last week on a veto-proof 301-123 vote, would extend the current FY 2019 defense budget as wellREAD MORE
Defense Secretary Mark Esper has the Council of Governors to help military spouses in their efforts to transfer occupational licenses from state to state, Military Times reported late last week. The Council of Governors advises the Defense Secretary, the Homeland Security secretary, and the White House Homeland Security Council on National Guard and civil supportREAD MORE
More than three dozen Whidbey Island, Wash., residents filed suit against the U.S. Navy last week seeking compensation for their inability to use their property due to excessive EA-18G Growler jet noise, The Seattle Times reported. The lawsuit, filed by residents of a small Admiral’s Cove neighborhood less than one mile from the end ofREAD MORE
Dependents of military members who have been convicted of domestic abuse are eligible for compensation from DOD, Military.com reports. The Transitional Compensation for Abused Dependents Program provides temporary monetary payments and benefits to dependents of service members who were separated from the military due to a dependent-abuse or child-abuse offense. The program provides a monthlyREAD MORE
The stopgap continuing resolution (CR) expected to be approved by Congress before the fiscal year ends Sept. 30 will affect some defense contract awards, but DOD will be able to manage the impacts as long as full-year appropriations bills are passed in the coming weeks, National Defense Magazine reported. “There are programs that will beREAD MORE
Communities across the nation hosting military installations should take heed that their long-term economic well-being due to the local infusion of DOD funds could be at risk if your public schools are faltering, a new Dallas Morning News column warns. Military members with school-age children are increasingly concerned with school quality around military installations, andREAD MORE
Privatized military housing residents at Fort Riley, near Manhattan, Kansas, will benefit from housing upgrades and modernization along with five other military installations across the country, The Mecury reported last week. Corvias, a national development company, announced Wednesday it will invest $325 million to upgrade and modernize housing at Fort Riley, pledging the investment willREAD MORE
Military domestic violence victims and DOD officials testified to lawmakers late last week to address military domestic violence, and emphasized that community coordination and outreach are key due to the large number of military families who do not live in military housing, a DOD feature article reported. Domestic violence victims and officials appeared before theREAD MORE