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    On July 9, 2015, the Army announced its Force Structure and Stationing Decisions. This decision will affect up to 40,000 uniformed service members, nearly 17,000 Army civilian employees, their families, and the states and communities that support them. If an Army installation is selected for force realignment or reduction, impacted areas may qualify for assistance from OEA. For more information, please contact David Kennedy, OEA Project Manager, at 703-697-2136 or david.r.kennedy.civ@mail.mil

BRAC Services Locator

U.S. Department of Labor

Businesses can use the BRAC Career Connection web site to find BRAC locations and nearby One-Stop Career Centers. The username for this site is “BRAC,” and the default password is “asl”. This site allows users to search by city and zip code or through a map search. Users can find local military bases and workforce contacts and get an online tutorial through the BRAC Coach (www.brac-coach.org).

 

BRAC Web site

U.S. Department of Defense

The Department of Defense’s official BRAC web site provides the most up-to-date information concerning BRAC 2005.

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