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Even after completing BRAC 2005, the Air Force maintains “excess infrastructure,” with the issue expected to worsen as the service continues to retire additional aircraft, Air Force Secretary Michael Donley said during a speech on Capitol Hill Thursday. “The Air Force is [going to] get smaller …READ MORE
Officials from the Army and Navy held a ribbon-cutting ceremony this week for the Navy’s Minor Caliber Gun Engineering Lab, marking the Navy’s return to Picatinny Arsenal in northern New Jersey after a 50-year absence …READ MORE
Legislation advancing in the House that would create a civilian BRAC commission to expedite the disposal of unneeded federal properties should be included in the final recommendations of the congressional deficit reduction committee, Rep. Jeff Denham, the bill’s sponsor, said Thursday. “One thing that we should all agree on is that the sale of unneeded federal property is one of the few bipartisan ways to save taxpayer dollars …READ MORE
Federal agencies are on pace to eliminate $3.5 billion in real estate costs by the end of 2012, exceeding a goal President Obama set in June 2010 for shedding excess properties and lowering operating costs, OMB said Thursday. Agencies already have achieved $1.5 billion in savings through a combination of sales, consolidations, canceled projects, and reduced maintenance and utility costs …READ MORE
A bipartisan group of six senators has asked the congressional deficit reduction committee to include deep cuts in spending on overseas military construction projects, citing the lack of critical analysis provided by the Pentagon on the military’s requirements in Europe, South Korea and Guam. Significantly reducing such spending would have “minimal negative impact on our nation’s readiness or ability to efficiently respond to emerging threats …READ MORE
Some 270 companies represented by the American Logistics Association have committed to hiring 25,000 military spouses and veterans in the next two years, First Lady Michelle Obama announced Wednesday during a visit to Joint Base Langley-Eustis with her husband. The commitment comes as part of the Joining Forces campaign and is the largest to date toward the president’s challenge for the private sector to hire 100,000 military spouses and veterans by 2013 …READ MORE