Greenert: Navy Will Seek Significantly Higher Savings Than 20 Percent Headquarters Goal

Eckstein, Megan
November 2013
Defense Daily;11/8/2013, Vol. 260 Issue 28, p1
Market Research Report
The article discusses the statement issued by U.S. Chief of Naval Operations Admiral Jonathan Greenert regarding the plan of the Navy to make more cuts to headquarters personnel, during a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing on November 7, 2013. Greenert said that the Department of Defense (DOD) has asked for a reduction in about 400 civilian personnel, and the Navy plans to seek about 2,000. The DOD also asked for a cut of about 300 military personnel and the Navy will aim for 450.


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