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Christine Wormuth to Step Down as DoD Undersecretary for Policy in June

Christine Wormuth, undersecretary for policy at the Defense Department, will leave her current position in June after more than seven years of service under the current administration. Defense Secretary Ashton Carter said in a statement released Friday that Wormuth will be replaced by Brian McKeon, principal deputy defense undersecretary for policy, on an …

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Chuck Hagel Officially Welcomes 4 Senior Pentagon Leaders

The Defense Department held a ceremony Monday to celebrate the addition of Michael McCord, Jessica Wright, Jamie Morin and Christine Wormuth to the agency’s senior leadership team, DoD News reported Monday. Jim Garamone writes that Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel welcomed McCord as comptroller, Wright as undersecretary for personnel and readiness, …

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Senate Confirms Obama Nominee Christine Wormuth as DoD Policy Chief

Christine Wormuth, President Barack Obama’s nominee for the post of undersecretary for policy at the Defense Department, has been confirmed by the Senate following a voice vote, Defense News reported Friday. Marcus Weisgerber writes that Wormuth, current deputy defense undersecretary for strategy, plans and force development will succeed James Miller, who resigned …

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