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DOD revolving door

DOD revolving door

post-DOD employment may raise concerns : report to congressional requesters

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Published by The Office, The Office [distributor in Washington, D.C, Gaithersburg, Md. (P.O. Box 6015, Gaithersburg 20877) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. -- Dept. of Defense -- Officials and employees.,
  • United States. -- Dept. of Defense -- Procurement.,
  • Government contractors -- United States -- Employees.,
  • Conflict of interests -- United States.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesPost-DOD employment may raise concerns.
    StatementUnited States General Accounting Office.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination40 p.
    Number of Pages40
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18051956M

    Strict New DOD Revolving Door Prohibitions Effective Now. January Section of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year – signed into law as Public Law on Decem – imposes a so far little-known broad new set of post-government employment prohibitions on “lobbying activities” with respect to.   Bio. Mark Esper, former Secretary of the Army and a former Raytheon lobbyist, was named acting Secretary of Defense on J following the resignation of Patrick Shanahan, a former Boeing executive.. Esper worked as vice president of governmental relations for Raytheon from to before taking the Trump administration job. He was a registered lobbyist for more than a .   Sen. Elizabeth Warren on Thursday plans to introduce legislation aimed at curbing the influence of defense contractors on the military that her office said is aimed at limiting a "revolving door. “The rapidly spinning revolving door between defense contractors and the Pentagon or Defense Department is obvious,” Gilbert said. “There are better qualifying metrics than time spent Author: Alex Gangitano.


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DOD Revolving Door: Many Former Personnel Not Reporting Defense-Related Employment (United States General Accounting Office; Report to the Chairman, Committee on Governmental Affairs; United States Senate; March, ) [Bill W. (for) Conahan, Frank C.

(United States General Accounting Office; National Security and International Affairs Division; Chairman) Thurman] on *FREE. DOD Revolving Door: Post-DOD Employment May Raise Concerns; (United States General Accounting Office; Report to Congressional Requesters; April, ) [Frank C.

Assistant Comptroller General); (United States General Accounting Office) Conahan] on. The Pentagon Revolving Door Database exposes the depth of the reciprocal relationship between senior Pentagon officials and defense contractors.

When it comes to the Department of Defense, the conflicts created by the revolving door can potentially lead to favoritism, ineffective weapons and programs, bad deals, and misguided foreign policy.

The Revolving Door: A Memoir of Addiction by Mia I. Amorre (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important.

ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. 1/5(1). 63 pages in PDF format In52 contractors employed 2, former DOD senior and acquisition officials who had previously served as generals, admirals, senior executives, program managers, contracting officers, or in other acquisition positions which made them subject to restrictions on their post-DOD employment.

On the basis of a stratified random sample of contractor-supplied information. DOD REVOLVING DOOR ’ Many Former Personnel Not Reporting Defense-Related Employment GAO United States General Accounting Offlce Washington, D.C.

National Secu&y and International Affairs Division B March 4, The Honorable William V. Ibth, Jr. Chairmen, -ittee on Governmental Affairs. In The Revolving Door, Montpeirous shares entertaining anecdotes about hobnobbing with celebrities as well as insightful advice on facing up to your shortcomings.

You won’t soon forget the tremendous highs and the terrifying lows of his life’s journey. Read more Read less Length: pages4/4(4). DOD Revolving Door: Few Are Restricted From Post-DOD Employment and Reporting Has Some Gaps NSIAD Published: Publicly Released: Mar 2,   In addition to the prohibition on behind-the-scenes activity, Section is broader than the existing criminal revolving door statute, 18 U.S.C.

§, because it covers activities with respect to the entire DoD, rather than the DoD component in which the former officer or official worked. DOD Revolving Door: Many Former Personnel Not Reporting Defense-Related Employment NSIAD Published: Mar 4, Publicly Released: Mar 6, The revolving door in DoD leadership roles Published on J Chris Preble, vice president for defense and foreign policy studies at the Cato Institute and Mark Cancian, senior adviser at the International Security Program at CSIS, discuss DOD revolving door book.

Hyten’s confirmation hearing, and the revolving door in leadership roles at the DoD. E-Books; Defense News Weekly The Pentagon’s revolving door: Three in, five out. By: Joe Gould Decem U.S. Department of Defense acting Chief Management Officer Lisa Hershman Author: Joe DOD revolving door book.

revolving door disclosure system required under 10 U.S.C. This report addresses those portions of the legislation pertaining to an individual’s reporting responsibilities and. Revolving Door: Trump’s Pick for Defense Secretary Shows Deep Ties With Boeing 0 + A virtual unknown figure to United States politics almost two and a half years ago, U.S.

President Donald Trump’s pick for Defense Secretary, Patrick Shanahan, is a questioned choice for running the Pentagon, mainly due for his lack of experience in defense. Retired Vice Admiral Mark Harnitchek, the former head of the Defense Logistics Agency, charged with managing $35 billion in goods and services across the DoD annually, similarly became a vice president at Boeing.

Slowing the Revolving Door. Candidate Donald Trump saw the revolving door between government and industry as a problem. DOD Revolving Door: Processes Have Improved but Post-DOD Employment Reporting Still Low NSIAD Published: Publicly Released:   Read "Brass Parachutes: Defense Contractors’ Capture of Pentagon Officials Through the Revolving Door" A POGO investigation found that from to the present over high-ranking Department of Defense officials and military officers became lobbyists, board members, executives, or consultants for defense contractors within two years of leaving the Department.

Esper views that past work as valuable experience in the business of defense. The secretary has more than a point, and that is why Sen. Warren’s views on the so-called revolving door Author: James Hasik. Although it is hard to say whether revolving-door activity has increased or decreased during the Trump presidency, it is clear that defense firms are still eager to hire those with high-level.

The first book to marshal comprehensive evidence of revolving door lobbying, LaPira and Thomas revise the notion that lobbyists are inherently and institutionally corrupt. Rather, the authors draw a complex and sobering picture of the revolving door as a consequence of the eroding capacity of government to solve the public's problems.5/5(3).

In the wake of concerns that defense officials with responsibility over contracting were moving to the private sector and improperly influencing the process — the so-called “revolving door. New Pentagon rule tightens revolving door Any official involved in a big acquisition program will need written approval from an ethics officer to take a job with a contractor.

Robert Brodsky. And back then, in the early 90s, the "revolving door" problem was hardly unknown. (Ten years before that, it was so familiar that I could allude to it as a recognized problem, in my book.

DOD Revolving Door: Relationships Between Work at DOD and Post-DOD Employment NSIADBR: Published: Publicly Released: Sep 2, In U.S.

Army Corps of Engineers Civil Works Revolving Fund (B, Dec. 11, ), the General Accounting Office ruled that a revolving fund activity is required to recognize and record as. The way personnel spin through Washington’s infamous revolving door between the Pentagon and the arms industry is nothing new.

That door, however, is moving ever faster with the appointment of Author: William Hartung. It recognizes the revolving door as an efficient way to maximize HC and SC return and the public perception as an unfair practice.

Results indicate that the 30–40 percent recaptured retired officer HC tracks DOD civilian hiring trends and represents less than 2 percent of DOD. The Department of Defense (DoD) has made a complete mess of its system for tracking former employees who go through the revolving door to jobs with the defense industry.

According to an Inspector General review, DoD’s revolving door database, the After Government Employment Advisory Repository (AGEAR), offers “marginal value” because it is not complete.

A veil was thrown over the DoD revolving door when reporting requirements were stripped from the books. For years, Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) attempted to re-institute those reporting provisions. This falls in line with the most recent GAO survey documenting under-reporting of DoD officials working for contractors, and also transparency issues.

Lieutenant General Michael R. Moeller (USAF Ret.) was deputy chief of staff for strategic plans and programs, where he led “the development and integration of the Air Force's long-range plans and the five-year, $ billion U.S.

Air Force Future Years Defense Program.” He retired in Get this from a library. DOD revolving door: few are restricted from post-DOD employment and reporting has some gaps: report to congressional requesters.

[United States. General Accounting Office.]. The revolving door is just one of several forms of undue influence on the operations of the Department of Defense. While beyond the scope of this report, the reverse-revolving door (when defense industry officials join the government, raising concerns they will then give.

In Defense of the Revolving Door Next Article Locking the revolving door prevents government from applying the valuable experience of someone Author: Ray Hennessey. Richard Tarlowe, head of the complex frauds and cybercrime unit at the United States attorney’s office in Manhattan, will focus on white-collar criminal defense, digital security and foreign corrupt practices cases.

Read more. The interim rule implements Section of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year (Pub. ), which requires that a DoD official, who has participated personally and substantially in a DoD acquisition exceeding $10 million or who has held a key acquisition position, must obtain a written opinion from a DoD ethics.

At least former high-ranking Department of Defense (DOD) officials and military officers shifted into the defense industry to work for the defense contractors.

Of the officials tracked by POGO, a quarter of them (95) went to work for the DOD’s top 5 contractors, namely Lockheed Martin, Boeing, Raytheon, General Dynamics and Northrop Grumman. Additional Physical Format: Online version: United States. General Accounting Office. DOD revolving door. Washington, D.C.: The Office, [] (OCoLC)   While it is hard to say whether revolving-door activity has increased or decreased in the Trump presidency, it is clear that defense firms are still eager to hire those with high-level military.

Revolving Door Personnel: Lobbying Firm Private Sector Federal Govt. State/Local Govt. For registered lobbyists, employment histories may be incomplete prior to because the Senate Office of Public Records does not make registrations and reports available electronically for those years.

WASHINGTON: One of the time-honored tenets of many Pentagon observers is that senior officials should not benefit from their experience working for or with the military when they leave government.

Military retirees have a revolving door to civilian Pentagon jobs. The Senate voted to shut it. along with another provision of the defense bill that would scale back hiring preferences for.Volume 4 of Enforcement of the "revolving Door" Laws: Hearing Before the Investigation Subcommittee of the Committee on Armed Services, House of Representatives, One Hundred First Congress, First Session, Hearing Held MaUnited States.

Congress. House. Committee on Armed Services. Subcommittee on Investigations: Author. While these leaders bring relevant experience and knowledge to defense companies, a new report by one advocacy group argues the revolving door between the Pentagon and defense boardrooms creates Author: Daniel Cebul.