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Retired officials warn BRAC could cause civilian brain drain

Retired military officials say some workers will quit rather than move to new locations as a result of realignments.

Officials: Insurance companies con soldiers

Two companies agree to refund up to $2 million in wake of scrutiny.

GAO: Pentagon largely complying with threat reduction reporting requirements

Five-year plan addressed Congress' requirements and tied funding to results, auditors found.

Pentagon base-closing budget will fall short of upfront costs

The $13 billion put aside will be far short of the total price tag, forcing the services to raid their budget plans to pay for additional costs.

Review questions Pentagon’s base closure cost savings estimates

But GAO concludes base-closing recommendations were logical and well-reasoned.

Border Patrol launches national hiring campaign

Most of the new agents will be deployed to beef up agency’s presence along the southern border.

Lawmakers eye more money for Defense transformation

House slates Office of Force Transformation for major budget boost, even though it is a year late on launching a major initiative.

Report: Interior stretched thin in protecting monuments

Report from congressional auditors outlines budget issues similar to those raised by fired Park Police chief 18 months ago.

GAO: Little progress on security clearance backlog

Congress and White House call attention to failed reform but vow to try again.

Labor Department announces BRAC assistance grants

More than $28 million will go to communities affected by the Pentagon's current base closure and realignment round.

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