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Pentagon Not Ready to Reveal Duty Status Reform Proposal

April 4, 2019

From the National Guard Association of the United States website

Duty status reform has been underway for years, but military leaders are not yet ready to reveal their complete proposal to simplify how members of the reserve components are compensated for their service.

At a hearing before the House Armed Services Committee’s subcommittee on military personnel last week, officials fielded queries on the far-reaching effort currently in the works. Jeri Busch, the director of military compensation policy at the Defense Department, urged the subcommittee to support those efforts.

Meanwhile, Maj. Gen. Michael R. Taheri, the director of staff for the National Guard Bureau, acknowledged that the process has generated concern among governors and their adjutants general.

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