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USAFMCOM celebrates Army, Finance Corps birthdays
Brig. Gen. Mark S. Bennett, U.S. Army Financial Management Command commanding general, delivers an address wishing the U.S. Army and Army Finance and Comptroller Corps happy birthdays in Indianapolis June 11, 2020. The Army was born on June 14, 1775, and the Finance and Comptroller Corps was born two days later.
June 14, 2020 - Brig. Gen. Mark S. Bennett, U.S. Army Financial Management Command commanding general, delivers a video message celebrating the birthdays of the U.S. Army and the Finance and Comptroller Corps.

DOD increases money for do-it-yourself moves
A mover tapes up a box at an apartment at U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden May 22 while following health protocols. The Department of Defense has directed that moving personnel adhere to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention protocols regarding health protection, such as wearing face coverings and washing hands, while working in a person’s home.
June 8, 2020 - Soldiers now have an added incentive to choose the personally-procured move, or PPM option, when moving to their next duty stations this summer. From May 26 through Dec. 31, Soldiers using the PPM program can receive a payment equal to 100 percent of the estimated cost the government would pay to move their items.

Out on top: Ross retires after 24 years
Command Sgt. Maj. Courtney M. Ross, U.S. Army Financial Management Command senior enlisted advisor, grins as he shows off his certificate of retirement during a ceremony at the Maj. Gen. Emmett J. Bean Federal Center in Indianapolis May 15, 2020. Ross, a native of North Augusta, South Carolina, joined the Army as an accounting specialist in 1996.
May 28, 2020 - Command Sgt. Maj. Courtney M. Ross, U.S. Army Financial Management Command senior enlisted advisor, retired from the Army after 24 years of military service at the Maj. Gen. Emmett J. Bean Federal Center here May 15

Finito: USAFMCOM finalizes ‘hire-to-retire’ civilian pay standardization
A graphic shows several process maps of the Army’s “Hire to Retire” civilian pay process. The U.S. Army Financial Management Command recently closed out a world-wide and years-long business process mapping initiative, which standardized how the Army pays its civilian employees from their hire date to the day they retire or separate.
May 5, 2020 - The U.S. Army Financial Management Command recently closed out a world-wide and years-long business process mapping initiative, which standardized how the Army pays its civilian employees from their hire date to the day they retire or separate.

Materiel enterprise supports DOD, civil authorities COVID-19 response
Soldiers from the 551st Medical Company (Logistics) and the 627th Hospital Center unload tri-walls of medical supplies as they arrive at Joint Base Lewis McChord, Washington, in support of COVID-19 relief efforts March 30, 2020.
April 2, 2020 - The Army Materiel Command enterprise worldwide has mobilized to address head-on the challenges of the COVID-19 global pandemic, while simultaneously maintaining current operations and supporting warfighters engaged in conflicts around the world.
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