Department of the Navy


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Department of the Navy

The executive part of the Department of the Navy at the seat of government; the headquarters, US Marine Corps; the entire operating forces of the United States Navy and of the US Marine Corps, including the Reserve Components of such forces; all field activities, headquarters, forces, bases, installations, activities, and functions under the control or supervision of the Secretary of the Navy; and the US Coast Guard when operating as a part of the Navy pursuant to law. Also called DON. See also Military Department.
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With urgency, the Department of the Navy Secretariat, along with the Chief of Naval Operations and the Commandant of the Marine Corps, will coordinate with the Department of Defense and Congress for the resources required to compete and win in the cyber domain.
Why is audit readiness important to the Department of the Navy? It is important because it increases the accuracy of financial data and produces more effective, transparent business processes.
A collaboration between United States-based Duke Energy, the Department of the Navy and the United States Marine Corps is establishing a 13-megawatt solar facility at the Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune in Onslow County, North Carolina.
You can expect to hear from OSD policy makers, Functional and Geographic Combatant Command leadership, Department of the Navy Staff, capability developers at the USMC and Navy, as well as strategic planning and concept development.
Categories: June 14, 2010, Budget obligations, Combat readiness, Defense procurement, Department of the Navy Depot Capital Investment Program, Federal law, Fund audits, Investments, Naval bases, Naval procurement, Procurement practices, Shipyards, Use of funds
Mizrahi, operations research analyst, OSD/Program Analysis and Evaluation; Victor Ferlise, deputy to the commanding general for operations and support, Department of the Army; Charles Gallaher, director, Joint Warfare Applications Department, Deparment of the Navy; Bhakta Rath, associate director of research, Naval Research Laboratory, Department of the Navy; and Lawrence Fielding, technical director, Aeronautical Systems Center, Department of the Air Force.
As part of the Tactical Aviation Integration Plan being implemented by the Department of the Navy in 2004, VMFA-321 was chosen for deactivation.
"Cisco Info Center will help us demonstrate to the Department of the Navy that we are meeting the contract's service-level agreements."
The Naval Historical Center of the Department of the Navy in Washington announces the following winners of honors by the organization:
The Case Execution Performance Tool (CEPT) is a new tool for Department of the Navy (DoN) foreign military sales (FMS) case, managers (CM) to assist them in the management of financial, logistics and closure data.
He conducted psychological research, managed a simulation and training laboratory, and consulted on training with the Department of the Navy. He has many publications in professional journals.

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