In a time when Congress can agree to very little, cyber security funding appears to be one thing everyone can agree on – especially in defense. The 2014 Defense budget put forward earlier this year allocated $4.7 billion for cyber-operations, up from $3.9 billion in 2013. This is interesting, considering cyber is one of the few accounts being plus-ed up in a time of fiscal austerity.... Read Full Story
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The Defense Health Agency has released the following information for TRICARE beneficiaries who are wondering how they will be affected by the Affordable Care Act: The Affordable Care Act, also known as the health care law, was created to expand access to affordable health care coverage, lower costs, and improve quality and care coordination for all Americans. Under the health care law,... Read Full Story
Since the start of the federal government shutdown last week, NGAUS has been “always ready, always there” for disappointed tourists and wayward delegations without a museum to visit or a venue for an important meeting. When the government partially closed on Oct. 1, myriad federal offices and institutions locked their doors, turned out the lights and wound down electronic contact... Read Full Story
A review of all courses of action currently under discussion for the total Army in the Program Objective Memorandum for fiscal years 2015 to 2019 show they are all versions of proportional reductions of all three components. These proposals reduce our national defense capability and put homeland security and emergency domestic response at risk. It is time for a different approach, capitalizing on... Read Full Story
Next time you visit the museum, make sure to stop by our new temporary exhibit celebrating the 60th anniversary of National Guard service during the Korean War. The exhibit focuses on one individual whose work with Korean factory workers during the war made a lasting impression. Read more on the NGEF website.