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DoD Miscalculated Savings of Proposed Commissary-Exchange Merger, Watchdog Says

May 7, 2020

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The federal government’s accounting agency has taken issue with the cost estimates used by the Defense Department to support a proposed merger of its commissary system with the military’s three separate exchange services.

In a report ordered by Congress last year and released Thursday by the Government Accountability Office, GAO analysts found fault with several underlying premises of a business case analysis done by a Pentagon task force on consolidating the military’s resale store systems.

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Earlier Retiree News post on this merger

Webmaster comment: Since the start, exchanges are resisting the merger plan with the faltering commissaries. The four exchanges systems are making money and improving their online presence. Additionally, these four systems must merge into one exchange system before merging with the commissary system. Congress must approve all merge actions. 

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