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    ADC & Converge Strategies detail case studies and recommendations for military partnership models that deploy distributed energy resources in this new report.

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    Call for Nominations

    The submission period for the 2019 Great American Defense Communities program is now closed. Stay tuned for the 2019 Class of Great American Defense Communities announcement in December 2018.

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    Installation Innovation Forum 2019

    Innovation will provide the key to adapting to looming challenges and that begins with ADC’s Installation Innovation Forum 2019.

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  • DOD Efficiency Savings Not Sufficient, Senate Budget Panel Says

    Despite calling for a smaller increase than in past years, the Defense Department’s fiscal 2012 budget request cannot be supported in light of the nation’s mounting debt, the chairman and ranking member of the Senate Budget Committee underscored at a hearing Thursday. “Given the fiscal crisis, every area of the budget is going to have to come under scrutiny and is going to have to find savings, including defense,” said Chairman Kent Conrad (D-N.D.) …

  • Third Army Advancing on Shaw AFB

    The 1,400 soldiers and civilians scheduled to move to Shaw Air Force Base with Third Army headquarters already have provided a much-needed boost to the real estate market in central South Carolina. The median price of homes sold in Sumter last year was the highest reported in the past five years …

  • Party Leaders Expected to Agree on Next Continuing Resolution

    All signs indicate that House Republicans and Senate Democrats will come to an agreement on another short-term continuing resolution to keep the federal government running after the current one expires next week. House leaders are set to release their version of a stopgap funding bill Friday and bring it to the floor for a vote March 15. The measure most likely will cover a three-week period, but it could last only two weeks or, possibly, four weeks …

  • Secure Neighbors May Not be Good Neighbors, $30M Lawsuit Claims

    The not-for-profit next-door neighbor to two new office buildings in Alexandria, Va., slated to house 6,400 federal workers has sued the development’s owner, claiming it has violated its obligations under CNA’s lease by allowing the property to be turned into a military installation. CNA, which runs the Center for Naval Analyses, is seeking $30 million in damages from Duke Realty Corp. for breaching its legal duties at the Mark Center …


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