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October 21st, 2009
Like other Federal organizations, the Army buys a lot of information technology. They've encouraged buyers to use the Computer Hardware, Enterprise Software and Solutions web site (CHESS). Now they're changing the rules.
The attorney for the Army psychiatrist accused of going on a shooting rampage at Fort Hood said Monday he wants his client's mental evaluation delayed citing a potential conflict of interest with the exam panel. A three-member board of military mental health professionals will determine whether Maj. Nidal Hasan is competent to stand trial which left 13 dead and dozens wounded last year Hasan's attorney John Galligan says one panel member taught at the medical school Hasan attended
The Contracting Command and Expeditionary Contracting Command headquarters is moving from Virginia from Fort Belvoir, Virginia, to Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville Alabama. The move is expected to be complete by August 2011. About 75 soldiers and More than 200 civilians are scheduled to make the switch. Army Contracting Command provides global contracting support to combatant commanders, while Headquarters, Expeditionary Contracting Command plans and executes contracting support for Army service.
Army Secretary John McHugh discusses how this Veterans Day has changed in the wake of a memorial service at Ft. Hood, Texas.
A lack of basic infrastructure in Afghanistan is slowing the U.S. effort to build up the Afghan security forces.