DoD’s third-highest ranking official, John Gibson, is leaving his post effective at the end of the month.
The Defense Department gets a pass in the Trump administration’s government reorganization.
John Gibson, Defense Department chief management officer, says only back office services will be combined in commissaries and exchanges.
The Pentagon says its new approach to civilians is a “significant shift” that will eliminate “arbitrary caps” on how many it employs.
The Defense Department’s new chief management officer is looking for “immediate wins” in cutting bureucratic inefficiency, starting with more reliance on shared services.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Office of Special Counsel updates its its guidance regarding when federal employees’ use of social media violates the Hatch Act.
This week, the Senate confirmed a new deputy secretary of Defense, four more prospective DoD officials underwent their confirmation hearings, and the White House settled on candidates for two more Pentagon political appointees. But 30 of the department’s political jobs still have no nominees.