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Gene Dodaro: GAO’s $568M FY 2017 Budget Request Seeks to Address Staffing, IT Needs

Gene Dodaro, U.S. comptroller general and Government Accountability Office leader, has said GAO has requested a budget of $567.8 million for fiscal year 2017 to recruit new staff and update its information technology infrastructure. Dodaro said in written testimony to the Senate Appropriations legislative branch subcommittee Tuesday that GAO needs to meet staffing …

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Al Tarasiuk Retires as ODNI CIO; James Clapper Comments

Al Tarasiuk has retired from his position as chief information officer at the Office of the Director of National Intelligence after more than 28 years of federal service. Tarasiuk has led ODNI’s efforts to develop information technology efficiency initiatives across the U.S. intelligence community and oversaw the implementation of the …

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Panel Puts Forth Military Retirement Reform Proposals

A panel tasked to examine the military’s retirement benefits system has sent a proposal to Capitol Hill that would put troops placed at boot camp in the Thrift Savings Plan, an investment account for federal employees similar to a 401(k), Military Times reported Thursday. Andrew Tilghman writes the Military Compensation and Retirement Modernization Commission also …

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Report: DISA’s Mark Orndorff to Retire by End of January

Mark Orndorff, a risk management executive at the Defense Information Systems Agency, will retire at the end of the month after 36 years of public service, Federal News Radio reported Monday. Jason Miller reports that Orndorff was previously the chief mission assurance executive at DISA before its reorganization and oversaw the implementation of the Defense Department‘s capabilities for …

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