The second highest-ranking officers from each of the military services told Congress on Tuesday that they'd welcome a short-term cash infusion along the lines that the President and Defense secretary have directed the military services to propose as add-ons to the 2017 budget in order to bring the armed forces to a higher level of readiness.
Military personnel leaders worry enlisted members will suffer under new retirement plan, given paycheck-to-paycheck earning levels in first few years of their careers.
Based on the work of two study groups, the Pentagon is likely to ask Congress to revise two key statutes underlying its personnel management system for military officers: the Goldwater-Nichols Act and the Defense Officer Personnel Management Act.
Brad Carson, DoD\'s new acting undersecretary for personnel and readiness has until August to deliver recommendations on how to revamp the military personnel system. But in public comments Tuesday, he suggested a major shakeup is in order.
Our guest for this edition of On DoD is Vice Adm. Bill Moran, the Chief of Naval Personnel. He\'s a second-time guest: In September, he described his frustrations with the existing military personnel system and some of the ideas the Navy was exploring to remedy them.
The Department of the Navy plans to use one of the three projects in its Innovation Cell to create data analytics for talent management. The goal of the cell is to rapidly acquire commercial IT by involving industry early in the requirements process.
On this week's show, a deep dive into military personnel management within the Navy. Our guest for the full hour is Vice Adm. Bill Moran, the Chief of Naval Personnel.