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PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE

Remember those that have fallen this Memorial Day:
  • Richard Nixon, 1974
    What we do with this peace – whether we preserve it and defend it, or whether we lose it and let it slip away – will be the measure of our worthiness of the spirit and sacrifice of the hundreds of thousands who gave their lives in two World Wars, Korea and in Vietnam.
  • Benjamin Harrison, 1891
    I have never quite been able to feel that half-masted flags were appropriate on Decoration Day. I have rather felt that the flag should be at the peak, because those whose dying we commemorate rejoiced in seeing it where their valor placed it.
  • Woodrow Wilson, 1914
    I believe that soldiers will bear me out in saying that both come in time of battle. I take it that the moral courage comes in going into the battle and the physical courage in staying in.
  • Lyndon Johnson, 1966
    On this Memorial Day, it is right for us to remember the living and the dead for whom the call of their country has meant much pain and sacrifice.
  • George Bush, 2005
    Looking across this field, we see the scale of heroism and sacrifice. All who are buried here understood their duty. All stood to protect America. And all carried with them memories of a family that they hoped to keep safe by their sacrifice.
  • Woodrow Wilson, 1914
    Therefore this peculiar thing comes about, that we can stand here and praise the memory of these soldiers in the interest of peace. They set us the example of self-sacrifice, which if followed in peace will make it unnecessary that men should follow war any more.



ALA Congressional Caucus features key decision makers and policy leaders:
With the planets aligning for what could be the most impactful legislative cycle for the military resale system, the ALA Congressional Caucus to be held on 10 June in the Rayburn House Office Building will feature a slate of key congressional members and policy insiders that will help shape the outcome of current deliberations. If you do business in the military resale business channel this is a MUST ATTEND event.

For Further Information, a Preliminary Agenda (as of 5/18/15), or to REGISTER!


2015 Congressional Caucus & Public Policy Forum
June 10, 2015
Rayburn House Office Building
Washington, D.C.


SASC proposal draws fire:

Commissary privatization test in Senate defense bill
Read the Full Story
Military Times, Karen Jowers
Lawmakers have taken a first step toward privatizing commissaries, approving legislation that would require a pilot program to test the concept of private companies operating at least five commissaries at large installations.


While the final details of the Senate Armed Services Committee action remain cloudy at this point, one proposal being considered is already drawing opposition from inside and outside of the Senate.

U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe, R-Okla., senior member of the Senate Armed Services Committee:
"With all the good in the bill, one of my greatest disappointments was legislation that directs the Department of Defense (DOD) to privatize military commissaries on a minimum of five major bases and sets into motion the potential for all commissaries to be privatized. This will be done without an assessment, and it ignores recommendations made by the Military Compensation and Retirement Modernization Commission in January. I fought hard against this during the markup, and I will introduce an amendment on the Senate floor to reverse the provision. The commissary benefit is most utilized service the military offers its members, and 95 percent of service members and their families use the commissaries for the purchase of household goods in order to achieve needed savings in their family budgets.
The press release can be found here: http://www.inhofe.senate.gov/newsroom/press-releases/inhofe-votes-to-advance-fy16-ndaa-in-the-senate

We also expect the Senate Bill to contain some proposed reduction in the level of Appropriations for commissaries. This action will probably be in the area of the funds used for overseas transportation known as SDT. This area of operations was identified in a "wasteful spending" report issued earlier this year by the Senate.



$612 billion defense authorization bill passes House
Read the Full Story
Military Times, Leo Shane III
House lawmakers on Friday approved a $612 billion defense authorization bill for next year despite objections from Democratic leaders and a White House veto threat over plans to skirt spending caps with oversized temporary war funds.

Tricare changes, new fees rejected by Senate committee
Read the Full Story
Military Times, Patricia Kime
The Senate Armed Services Committee has rejected the Defense Department's proposal to overhaul Tricare, likely giving military families, retirees and their families a reprieve from major changes to their health care coverage for at least another year.

Column: Defense bill skirts sequestration, could draw an Obama veto
Read the Full Story
Washington Post, Walter Pincus
President Barack Obama should stick to his word and veto the fiscal 2016 defense authorization bill if congressional Republicans attach an extra $38 billion to the so-called Overseas Contingency Operations account, which pays for fighting and counterterrorism operations in Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria and elsewhere.

Cochran on extra $38 billion for defense
Read the Full Story
Defense News, John T. Bennett
The chairman of the Senate subcommittee that doles out defense dollars is playing coy about whether he will include $38 billion in extra funds in his 2016 Pentagon spending bill.



Patrick B. Nixon
President, American Logistics Association




WASHINGTON UPDATE


New BRAC round inches forward in pending defense bill
Military Times
Pentagon officials won't get congressional permission for a new base closure round next year. But they might be inching closer.
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DoD rethinks Identity and Access Management strategy
C4ISR & Networks
In an age of heightened security demands and rapidly evolving mobile technologies, the Department of Defense is re-evaluating and updating its Identity and Access Management strategy to strengthen network access protection without placing undue burdens on authorized users.
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Is new retirement plan really better for career troops?
Military Times
As a major overhaul of the military retirement system continues to gain momentum on Capitol Hill, questions remain about the core of the proposal and whether it will be better or worse than the current pension for career service members who serve 20 years or more.
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USO transition 360 alliance
Defense News
USO President and CEO Dr. J.D. Crouch II on the organization's new effort to help troops and their families re-integrate into civilian life.
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MARK YOUR CALENDAR

Specific information on upcoming ALA events is posted regularly on the ALA website. To learn more about each event, please click the following links:

Date Event
June 10 2015 Congressional Caucus
Oct. 26-28 68th Annual Convention


COALITION UPDATE


Senate pilot project would privatize some commissaries
Stars and Stripes
At least five military commissaries would be privatized under a two-year pilot program proposed in a Senate version of the 2016 defense budget unveiled. Congress is eyeing benefits, such as commissaries, pay and retirement, for ways to reduce military personnel costs — a move that has riled troops and military service groups. "The VFW is against privatizing military commissaries and we are against the pilot program to test it," John Stroud, the VFW national commander, said in a statement. "We want this language stripped from the Senate's version of the defense bill."
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Bolster the troops and national security by ending the sequester
The Hill
Sequestration is threatening our national security both abroad and at home. Across the country, Americans continue to hear about the ongoing threats to our national security. While we place our trust in our men and women in uniform to combat these threats, we must commit to providing them with the resources necessary to carry out their mission ... On May 15, the House passed the fiscal 2016 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), which authorizes programs critical to our national defense. By providing this authorization, the House acted to curb the devastating effects of sequestration that compromise mission readiness for our deployed personnel around the world.
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Service members, get involved in government
The Hill
As we approach Memorial Day and pause as a nation to honor those who have fallen in defense of our freedom, our collective memories often turn to past conflicts. It is striking to realize that this will be the 14th consecutive year we pay tribute while our nation remains at war ... The challenge is no longer in giving veterans a voice, but in giving them empowerment. We now hear our returning service members loud and clear. Listening isn't the issue, getting results is. If we are to improve for the sake of tomorrow's troops, we should look no further than the ones who serve and fight today. We must provide veterans and members of the armed forces with the resources they need to succeed once they come home from war.
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Stories of service: 'The Homefront'
PBS
"The strength of the armed forces of the United States is as much about its families as it is about its combat capability," General Martin Dempsey, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. More than two million men and women serve in America's all-volunteer military force, and another three million are their husbands, wives, sons and daughters. Yet over the course of two long wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, the stories — and the service — of these military families have often been overlooked. In a revealing two-hour documentary special presented by Bob Woodruff, "The Homefront" will bring the true stories of these military families to a PBS audience. "The Homefront" premieres on Memorial Day, Monday, May 25, 2015, 9–11 p.m. ET.
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It's time to remember our fallen heroes and all our flag symbolizes this Memorial Day weekend!
TAPS
Flags In at Arlington National Cemetery solemnly marks the beginning of the Memorial Day weekend here in Washington, D.C. Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS) will use this tradition done by the United States Army 3rd Infantry "Old Guard" Regiment, to call people across the country to simple acts of remembrance by putting their own Flags In. For many who fly American flags regularly, this will be an easy way to ascribe their pride, remember their heroes and celebrate the freedoms, which our fallen heroes preserved. For others, it will be the reminder to do something honoring those who died in service to the country and veterans who have since passed away. People can share their Flags In moment on social media platforms by using the hashtag #FlagsIn and tagging @taps4america.
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COMMISSARY ANNOUNCEMENTS

Commissary Web Posts

The following commissary items were posted to the ALA Website between 10 AM, May 14, 2015 and 10 AM, May 21, 2015:

PROMOTIONS:
- DP #13, Alaska Promotion and Shipper/Pallets/OTB Quantities.
- DP #14, Far East Promotion and Shipper/Pallets/OTB Quantities.
- Christmas International, Far East & Alaska Quantities.
- Summer Club Pack, July CONUS Quantities.
- 2015 Chill, Freeze & Pre-Packaged Meat Seasonal Package.
- 2015 Football Madness (Super Bowl) Seasonal Package.
- 2015 Dry Grocery (Holiday) Seasonal Program.

NOTICES TO TRADE (NTT)
- 15-55, VCM Credit Card & Scandown Payments.
- 15-56, Store Reset Schedule, Revision #2.

MISCELLANEOUS:
- Adds/Changes/Deletes, Week 15-20.
- Guard/Reserve CONUS On-Site Sale Schedule, May 14, 2015.
- CRV Values as of May 17, 2015.




FEDERAL BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES


Shelf Stocking, Receiving/Storage/Holding Area, and Custodial Operations at the Saratoga Springs, New York Commissary
FedBizzOpps.gov
Solicitation Number: HDEC0815R0014. Agency: Other Defense Agencies. Office: Defense Commissary Agency. Location: Contracting Bus Unit/Commercial Activities (HDEC08).
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COMMISSARY NEWS


Whole Foods to open cheaper grocery store chain in 2016
The Christian Science Monitor
Whole Foods will open a grocery store chain with lower prices and a limited selection of products in 2016. The company's plans may be a response to critics calling Whole Foods out on its mile-high prices.
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Study: Shoppers like curbside pickup
Supermarket News
While a small percentage of shoppers have used a supermarket's click-and-collect service, the majority of those who have tried it, like it. That was one of the findings of a new online supermarket shopping study of more than 7,200 consumers by customer intelligence solutions provider Market Force Information. Just 5 percent of respondents said they have used click-and-collect, which involves ordering online and picking up curbside. But 75 percent of those said they were highly satisfied with the experience, and more than half are repeat users.
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Hormel Foods says turkey supplies 'challenged' by avian flu
Reuters
Hormel Foods Corp, the maker of Spam lunch meat, reported lower-than-expected quarterly sales and said its Jennie-O Turkey Store business would be "significantly challenged" due to an outbreak of avian flu in the United States.
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The new organic Wal-Mart is eating Whole Foods' lunch
Bloomberg Business
Over much of the past 30 years, Whole Foods Market co-founder John Mackey enjoyed wild success selling organic groceries to the masses. Now, with the likes of Kroger and Wal-Mart Stores muscling into everything from organic milk to sustainably raised salmon, Mackey finds himself fending off challenges from bigger rivals intent on eating Whole Foods' lunch.
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Supermarket's 'indoor sat-nav' guides shoppers to discounts
Gizmag
A supermarket in France has become the first in the world to install an "indoor positioning system" created by Philips. The LED-based technology acts like a sat-nav for shoppers, providing in-store directions to shopping list items via their phones.
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USDA to launch GMO-free label
The Associated Press via BevNet
The Non-GMO Project, the leading certifier of products free of genetically modified ingredients, is about to get some new competition from a big-time player in the food and beverage industry: the U.S. government. The Associated Pres reported that the U.S. Department of Agriculture has developed a new certification and labeling program for consumer foods that do not contain genetically modified organisms.
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Organic foods: Why they're so expensive, and who owns your favorite brands
Fortune Magazine
Consumer demands for organic foods in the U.S. continue to explode. Sales of organic food and non-food products totaled $39.1 billion in 2014, up 11.3 percent from the previous year — with sales of organic food alone accounting for $35.9 billion, according to the Organic Trade Association.
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New food safety act gives USDA mandatory recall authority
Food Business Review
U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand has launched a new bill that would improve the recall process for meat and poultry products, giving the USDA mandatory recall authority over contaminated products. This comes after a new investigation found that the food safety system has failed to prevent the illnesses caused by contaminants that spread through poultry processors. Figures released show that nearly three million New Yorkers become sick every year from food they consume.
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United Fresh presents top retail produce managers
Progressive Grocer
Marking its 11th year of recognizing exceptional retail produce managers, United Fresh has revealed its slate of honorees for its 2015 Retail Produce Manager awards program. The group of 25 produce managers, which represent 23 different supermarket banners, commissaries and independent retail stores in 19 states, will be the honored guests at the United Fresh 2015 convention and trade show, June 8-10, in Chicago.
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EXCHANGE ANNOUNCEMENTS


New NEX opens in Romania
ALA
The Navy Exchange Service Command (NEXCOM) opened its newest NEX in Deveselu, Romania, on May 8. The 325 square foot mini mart will be open six days a week to serve the military stationed in Romania.

"We were asked by Naval Support Facility (NSF) Romania if the NEX could set up a temporary store in warehouse space to support Sailors who are stationed at this isolated base," said Rear Adm. Robert J. Bianchi (Ret), Chief Executive Officer, Navy Exchange Service Command (NEXCOM). "Our European District team, led by Frank Miller, answered the call and within 60 days built the store and opened with shelves stocked with product. This is a great example of how the NEX takes care of Sailors!"

Currently located in a storage area inside a high bay warehouse, NEX Romania will sell beverages, snack items, microwavable food, personal care items and stationary and mailing supplies. NEX Romania will also be offering barber/beauty haircuts as well as tailoring services.

"We're very glad that with the support of NAVSUP Global Logistics, we were able to work with NEXCOM to bring a store to the base," said Capt. Bill Garren, commanding officer of NSF Deveselu. "It will provide convenience to our Sailors who often work long shifts, and will give them access to favorite brands they miss from home."

This store will serve our Sailors until the new 1,000 square foot store opens in fall 2015.

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INDUSTRY NEWS


Wal-Mart reportedly is preparing to take on Amazon Prime
The Verge
Wal-Mart is developing a fast home delivery service that it hopes can rival Amazon Prime, The Information reports. Codenamed "Tahoe," the service will serve to grow the retail company's e-commerce business, and is said to be launching this summer.
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Macy's to push best stores upscale
The Wall Street Journal (tiered subscription model)
Macy's Inc. plans to push its best stores upscale, as it works to squeeze more growth from a slowing department store business.
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RadioShack name goes to Standard General for $26.2 million
Bloomberg Business
The dismantling of RadioShack Corp. grew closer to completion with the auctioning of the 94-year-old electronics retailer's name to hedge fund Standard General LP for $26.2 million.
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Weak retail sales dampen sharp Q2 growth rebound hopes
Reuters
U.S. retail sales were flat in April as households cut back on purchases of automobiles and other big-ticket items, the latest sign the economy was struggling to rebound strongly after barely growing in the first quarter.
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H&M expands into beauty with a whopping thousand products
Mashable
There's fast fashion. Now there's fashion fashion — for the face. At least, that's how H&M is describing its new foray into beauty, come fall.
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T.J. Maxx is beating the competition by focusing on 1 thing
Business Insider
Discount retailer T.J. Maxx is poised to overtake Macy's in sales. The brand is "the most consistent, most powerful apparel retailer in the United States," analyst Howard Davidowitz told Fortune. The company's success comes down to one thing: creating a treasure hunt for shoppers.
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Wal-Mart wants your products
Memphis Business Journal
Wal-Mart will host its second annual "Made in the USA" Open Call and U.S. Manufacturing Summit in an effort to support American jobs. July 7-8 suppliers will have the opportunity to pitch their products to Wal-Mart executives in hopes of landing some shelf space at Wal-mart and Sam's Club locations and online at walmart.com.
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Abercrombie CEO search has 3 executives duking it out
Bloomberg Business
Abercrombie & Fitch Co., which hasn't had a CEO in five months, has set up a contest for the job that pits its operations chief against each of its brand presidents.
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Sketchy past? More employers won't ask upfront
Cincinnati Enquirer
Twenty-three years ago, Dwight Williams got out of prison. And he says he's still paying the price. Williams served six years for drug trafficking. He is one of more than 134,000 Hamilton County, Ohio, residents (that's 1 in 6) and 70 million Americans with a criminal record, according to the Ohio Justice and Policy Center and the National Employment Law Project.
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Port progress
NRF
While the labor dispute at West Coast ports is officially over, it's still not clear sailing. The slowdown was one of the worst in recent history. Retailers missed shipments of holiday merchandise, U.S. factories closed for lack of imported parts and agricultural exports rotted on the docks.
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TRENDING ARTICLES
Missed last week's issue? See which articles your colleagues read most.

    Kroger could face stiffer competition after huge supermarket merger (Cincinnati Business Courier)
HASC's ranking Democrat will oppose its NDAA (Defense News)
Pentagon's quiet push for military personnel reform (Military Times)
Milley, Richardson tapped for top DoD posts (Defense News)
Study highlights employment problems for veterans (Stars and Stripes)

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C-STORE NEWS


TargetExpress is coming to Rosslyn, Virginia, in October
The Washington Post
Target said it will open one of its small, convenience-focused TargetExpress stores in Rosslyn this year, a part of the retailer's push into dense, urban areas.
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Brookshire Brothers packs up 26 Polk Pick-It-Ups
CSP
Grocery chain Brookshire Brothers Inc. has announced that it has entered into an agreement to sell 26 Polk Pick-It-Up convenience stores in eastern Texas to San Antonio-based Partners Investors C-Stores Ltd., reported KTRE.
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Pilot Flying J case gets new wrinkle
CSP
Several of the trucking companies that refused to settle with Pilot Flying J over claims of diesel rebate fraud say they have discovered "an additional aspect of that rebate fraud that has not received the same level of notoriety and press coverage, and yet likely dwarfs in financial size the rebate fraud."
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Tobacco companies announce cigarette price increase
CSP
Altria Group Inc. and its Philip Morris USA Inc. announced to the trade that it will raise list prices across its cigarette portfolio by 7 cents per pack (70 cents per carton), or approximately 2 to 3 percent, across all of its core brands, effective May 17.
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Blue Bell taking steps to ensure safety of its ice cream
CSP
Blue Bell Creameries, the Texas Department of State Health Services and the Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food & Forestry have entered into voluntary agreements outlining a series of steps and actions Blue Bell will take as part of its efforts to bring Blue Bell Ice Cream products back to market, the company said.
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MWR NEWS


New Hampshire: Comcast donates 2,091 care packages to MooreMart
New Hampshire Union Leader
Comcast and MooreMart volunteers have collected supplies donated by the cable company employees for the Comcast Cares Day celebration. The volunteers recently packed and shipped 2,091 care packages to members of the U.S. Armed Services from New Hampshire serving in the Middle East, to veterans staying at Liberty House in Manchester, Buckingham Place and Dalianis House in Nashua, as well to the veterans hospital in Manchester.
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Louisiana: Looking for a job with MWR? Here's your chance
Beauregard Daily News
Fort Polk's Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation in Vernon Parish, Louisiana, has been selected to participate in a pilot study to assess the effectiveness of using a nonautomated process where MWR management and the NAF HR Office share responsibilities typically defined as human resources work.
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Washington, D.C.: Golf club manager shares plans for future
InsideNoVa.com
Fort Belvoir's Golf Club has undergone some major changes recently, including opening its doors to the general public, expanding instructional opportunities for beginners and adding the new Niblick's Grill restaurant to its already extensive list of services and amenities. Leading the way has been a new club manager who not only brings a wealth of golfing experience to the installation as a PGA pro, but also has put together a number of long-range plans that promise to expand the sport on Fort Belvoir and enrich the experience for everyone in the Washington, D.C., metro area who takes to the fairways and greens of the facility.
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Missouri: Fort Leonard Wood community events
Fort Leonard Wood Guidon
To submit items for "What's Up," send the time, date, location, a brief description and contact information to guidoncommunity@myguidon.com. All announcements run on a space-available basis and current events take precedence over ongoing events. Announcements must be received by noon, Friday. Calender of events for May through June is as follows.
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