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US Forces Japan Commander John Dolan Nominated as Joint Staff Operations Director


President Barack Obama has nominated U.S. Air Force Lt. Gen. John Dolan, commander of U.S. Forces Japan and Pacific Air Forces’ Fifth Air Force, as operations director (J-3) for the Joint Staff. Defense Secretary Ashton Carter announced his nomination in a DoD notice posted Friday. Dolan will support the Joint Staff chairman, provide advice …

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Obama to Nominate Peggy Gustafson as Commerce Dept Inspector General


President Barack Obama intends to nominate current Small Business Administration Inspector General Peggy Gustafson to a similar position at the Commerce Department, the White House announced Thursday. Gustafson, who has held her current role since 2009, previously served as general counsel to U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill and advised the senator on government issues …

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Report: GovCon Procurement, Cybersecurity Could See Changes in New Defense Policy Bill; Deltek’s Alex Rossino Comments

Procurement reform, cyber security and cloud computing are just some of the main features of a new military policy that government contractors could expect to have an impact, according to a Washington Post report Monday. Marjorie Censer writes the three are among several provisions on the National Defense Authorization Act …

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Lawmakers Halfway Through Omnibus Bill


Congress has been busy in developing a $1 trillion omnibus spending bill ahead of a Jan. 15 deadline that is intended to help ward off another government shutdown, Politico magazine reported Tuesday. David Rogers writes that lawmakers are close to finalizing half of the measure, which is essentially 12 bills …

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