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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. (U.S. Army graphic by Mark R. W. Orders-Woempner)
The U.S. Army Financial Management Command, in conjunction with the U.S. Army Reserve’s 310th Expeditionary Sustainment command, are hosting a Vietnam War Veterans Memorial Day commemoration in Lawrence, Indiana, March 27, 2020, at 11 p.m. The event will be held at the 310th ESC headquarters at 9851 East 59th Street, and will feature stories from Vietnam War veterans, a military brass quintet, missing man ceremony and special recognition for all Vietnam War veterans in attendance. (U.S. Army graphic)
New EagleCash cards, which will combine the Department of Defense’s EZpay, legacy EagleCash and Navy Cash stored value cards into one, are portrayed in a graphic provided by the U.S. Treasury’s Bureau of the Fiscal Service. During their most recent meeting at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Aug. 8, 2019, Fiscal Service and DoD stakeholders laid out a plan for the new consolidated EagleCash card, including releasing the cards to initial training sites later this calendar year and issuing them to deployers in first part of 2020. (U.S. Treasury graphic)
From left, Cadet Capt. Christian Falk, U.S. Military Academy; James Skibo, Exchange senior vice president; Maj. Gen. David C. Coburn, U.S. Army Financial Management Command commanding general; Tom Shull, Exchange director and CEO; and Cadet Capt. Thomas Bordeaux, U.S. Military Academy, cut a ceremonial cake in celebration of the Exchange’s 124th anniversary. As the Department of Defense’s largest retailer, the Exchange has a commitment to taking care of warfighters, no matter where their mission takes them.
Lt. Col. Ralph “Mac” Crum, U.S. Army Financial Management Command finance accounting oversight and field operations chief, and Lt. Col. Andre Brown, USAFMCOM assistant chief of staff for operations, learned they were selected for promotion to the rank of colonel at the Maj. Gen. Emmet J. Bean Federal Center in Indianapolis May 21, 2019. In total, the Army considered 2,985 lieutenant colonels for promotion with only 14.2 percent selected.