Tag Archives: Mike McCord

Ronald Moultrie, Mike McCord Announced as Nominees for DOD Intell, Comptroller Roles

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President Biden intends to nominate former government officials Ronald Moultrie and Mike McCord to the roles of undersecretary for intelligence and security at the Department of Defense (DOD) and DOD undersecretary (comptroller), respectively. Moultrie is president and CEO of Oceanus Security Strategies. McCord currently serves as director of civil-military programs at the Stennis Center for Public Service.

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Congress Forms National Defense Strategy Advisory Panel

Congress has established a 12-member advisory committee that will be responsible for the assessment of the country’s defense strategy that covers force structure, missions, risks and force posture, Defense News reported Friday. The House and Senate armed services panels formed the Commission on the National Defense Strategy for the U.S. …

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DoD Asks Congress to Reprogram $2.6B in Funds

The Defense Department has asked Congress’ approval to shift approximately $2.6 billion in fiscal 2016 funds across defense programs, Defense News reported Thursday. Aaron Mehta writes the programming request that DoD Comptroller Mike McCord submitted to Congress June 30 includes a proposal to move $583 million in funds to the …

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Mike McCord: DoD Moving Toward Auditability Goals

Defense Department Comptroller Mike McCord said at a House Armed Services Committee hearing Wednesday that DoD will continue to work toward achieving a clean audit opinion, DoD News reported Thursday. Jim Garamone writes McCord told committee members the department’s current strategy to achieve full audit accountability is a key element of Defense Secretary Ashton …

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Mike McCord: Pentagon’s 2017 Budget Plan Intended to Be ‘All-Inclusive’

Defense Department Comptroller Mike McCord said DoD’s fiscal 2017 budget plan has been developed to address the diverse needs of all U.S. military agencies across operational domains and geographic areas, DoD News reported Monday. Jim Garamone writes McCord’s office considered the challenges posed by Russia, China, North Korea, Iran and terrorist groups to the U.S. as his office crafted …

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