• Pentagon CMO Remains in Limbo

    Pentagon CMO Remains in Limbo0

    Seven weeks after the Wall Street Journal first reported that top leaders planned to remove John Gibson II, the Pentagon’s first-ever chief management officer (CMO), for a “lack of performance,” DOD’s No. 3 official remains at his post. Gibson, whose primary duty is reforming the department’s business operations including real property management, essentially is in

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  • Mattis to Remove Pentagon CMO over Performance

    Mattis to Remove Pentagon CMO over Performance0

    The White House is looking for a replacement for John Gibson II, the Pentagon’s first-ever chief management officer (CMO), for a “lack of performance,” according to defense officials. Gibson, whose primary duty is reforming DOD’s business operations including real property management, remains in his job for now but his responsibilities have been scaled back, reports

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  • Provision in House Defense Bill Would Add Tens of Thousands of On-Base Shoppers

    Provision in House Defense Bill Would Add Tens of Thousands of On-Base Shoppers0

    Defense officials have told lawmakers they would support language in the House version of the fiscal 2019 defense authorization bill opening on-base shopping at commissaries and exchanges to disabled veterans, Purple Heart recipients and caregivers of severely injured veterans if those groups were assessed an additional 5 percent surcharge at commissaries. The change would benefit

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