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DoD Cancels Plans to Let Thousands of Civilian Employees Shop at Exchange

January 17, 2021

From the Military.com website

The Defense Department has dropped a plan to expand military exchange shopping privileges to its civilian employees.

An official with the DoD’s Office of Morale, Welfare and Recreation and Non-appropriated Fund Policy said in October that the Pentagon planned to expand shopping eligibility to 575,000 employees who don’t already have access to the stores.

But a Pentagon official confirmed Wednesday that the plan has been scuttled.

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This was part of the Department of Defense’s plan to increase income that funds MWR programs.

Thanks to Gordon Lau for forwarding this article to Retiree News 

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