Mark Steffe, president & CEO, First Command Financial Services, Inc.

More than ever, military members and their families need a dose of financial literacy education

According to a First Command Financial Services annual survey of financial readiness, career military families are on the hole less financially literate…

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Some lawmakers want to rethink military benefits as service member families go hungry

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DoD working with occupational organizations to help military spouses with state licensing

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DoD outpaces public in vaccine efficiency, says vaccine is safe for nearly all adults

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New financing could start to improve Army housing as soon as this summer

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Jackie Speier

‘They are not cogs in a wheel’ — Congressional panel to focus on humanizing issues regarding troops in 2021

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In this Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2019, photo is a Samsung Galaxy S10+ smartphone during a product preview in San Francisco. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg)

Military has new way to keep in touch with service members during stressful times

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NDAA veto could jeopardize pay and benefits for nurses, Gold Star Families and other military occupations

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Pandemic forcing military family support organizations to work overtime

Michelle Baldanza of the Fisher House Foundation, and the Blue Star Families CEO Kathy Roth-Douquet joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin for with an update.

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FILE - In this Aug. 9, 2017, photo, flags decorate a space outside the office of the Education Secretary at the Education Department in Washington. President-elect Joe Biden has chosen the education commissioner for Connecticut and a former public school teacher to serve as education secretary. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)

IG: Education had decent reopening plans for allowing employees back

In today’s Federal Newscast, the Education Department’s inspector general says the agency developed a decent enough reopening plan for its employees during…

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DoD, Microsoft ask court to dismiss Amazon’s political bias claims in JEDI case

Lawyers for Microsoft and the government are asking a federal court to dismiss key portions of Amazon’s lawsuit over the Defense Department’s JEDI Cloud contract, in a nutshell, because the claims in question were raised too late to be legally viable.

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