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Human Capital: Improved Tracking and Additional Actions Needed to Ensure the Timely and Accurate Delivery of Compensation and Medical Benefits to Deployed Civilians
Brenda S. Farrell (au)
The Dept. of Defense (DoD) and other executive agencies increasingly deploy civilians in support of contingency operations in Iraq and Afghanistan. The use of deployed civilians has raised questions about the potential for differences in policies on compensation and medical benefits. When these civilians are deployed and serve side by side, differences in compensation or medical benefits may become more apparent and could adversely impact morale. This statement is based on a June 2009 report which compared agency policies and identified any issues in policy or implementation regarding: (1) compensation, (2) medical benefits, and (3) identification and tracking of deployed civilians.
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