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PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE

A Shutdown Has Been Avoided ... For Now

A shutdown has been avoided ... for now
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Government Executive, Sarah Mimms and Alex Rogers
Con­gress has aver­ted a mid­night shut­down, as the House fol­lowed the Sen­ate's ex­ample by eas­ily passing a tem­por­ary spend­ing bill fund­ing the gov­ern­ment through December 11.


Congress reaches a resolution on the 2016 NDAA:
Action was completed on the fiscal year 2016 National Defense Authorization Act Conference Report on September 29.

The Conferees:
  • Restored the $281 million cut that was made by the Senate to the commissary budget and reflected the full funding for commissaries that was provided by the House Armed Services Committee and the House and Senate Appropriations Committees. That means that all four committees charged with Defense spending and policy oversight rejected the $322 million cut that was proposed by the Administration.
  • Required a report by March 1, 2016, on modifications to the commissary and exchange benefit systems needed to obtain "budget-neutrality" including:
  • Establishment of common business processes, practices and systems to exploit synergies between the operations of defense commissaries and exchanges.
  • Optimize the operations of the resale system and benefits provided.
  • Privatization of commissaries and exchanges in whole or in part.
  • Engagement of major commercial grocers or other private sector entities to determine willingness to provide discount savings on grocery products and certain household good.
  • Closure of commissaries in close proximity to other commissaries or in locations where commercial alternatives are available.
  • Analysis of different pricing to improve or enhance exchanges and commissaries.
  • Impact on MWR programs.
  • Recommendations on measures need to achieve this "budget neutrality while maintaining quality products, high customer satisfaction and sustainment of discount savings.
  • Required a report by the General Accounting Office 120 days after the report provided by DoD with an assessment of the plan to achieve this "budget neutrality" while achieving the benchmarks.
  • Provided authority to the Secretary of Defense to conduct pilot programs and waive pricing protections and other protections of the law to evaluate the feasibility of processes and methods for achieving this "budget neutrality" and the benchmarks. Here, the Secretary may authorize any commissary, exchange, or private sector entity to establish prices in response to market conditions and customer demand provided that the current level of savings is achieved. Prices would be set by comparing them to local prices for similar type products in the local area.
  • The pilot program authority would expire after five years and may continue to pilot program for another five years in order to achieve this "budget neutrality" and patron savings and quality benchmarks.
  • The DoD would then report to Congress 30 days before commencement of the pilot program and what provisions of law are to be waived during the pilot.
  • 90 days after completion of the pilot, the DoD would provide another report assessing the pilot and recommendations for administrative or legislative action.

The conferees also asked GAO to assess the policies and procedures and Congressional notification compliance of commissary surcharge and privately financed major construction programs of the DoD and provide that report in six months.

The Conference report reflects selected findings and recommendations of the Compensation Commission report that was provided to Congress earlier this year. It also reflects selected findings and recommendations of a report that was provided by the Boston Consulting Group in response to a requirement that was included in the Defense Act last year.

The House Bill fully funded commissaries and included no provisions to waive Title 10 provisions or modify the commissary or exchange systems or benefits. The Senate Bill required privatization of at least five of the largest commissaries and outright repeal of all pricing protections. The Senate Bill also would have raised commissary prices 2 percent to pay for overseas transportation costs and would have cut the commissary budget and raised prices to pay for efficiencies. The Conference Report represents a compromise between the Senate action and the House position. It restores all funding and only waives legal protections for the commissary or exchange benefit when quality, service and pricing benchmarks are going to be attained.

It is unclear how the DoD will reconcile achieving the benchmarks of maintaining savings and quality for patrons and maintaining levels of dividends for MWR programs if "budget neutrality" means having the exchanges and commissaries self-sufficient without receiving appropriations. Achieving these dual goals will be extremely difficult if not impossible. If the dual goals cannot be achieved (and therefore not certified by GAO), it will be up to Congress to accept or reject the DoD's plan and it unclear at this point whether adequate levels of appropriations will be provided to maintain beneficiary quality and savings levels.

In other conference action, the conferees rejected a House change to law that would have prohibited changes to transportation policy for the shipment of fruits and vegetables to the Pacific region. The conferees also did not include a change to law proposed by the House that would have prohibited the DoD from taking action to consolidate exchanges and commissaries before the report was provided as requested by Congress last year. This was no longer pertinent because that report was already provided.

A budget document that is being circulated in the Pentagon for the Fiscal Year 2017 Budget, which begins on October 1, 2016, drastically scales back cuts to the commissaries, sets up an oversight "Resale Optimization Board" comprised of the Deputy Chief Management Officer of the DoD and the heads of the exchanges and commissary agency.

The conference report will be a major item of discussion at the ALA Annual convention this month, including presentations by the Honorable Peter Levine, The DoD's Deputy Chief Management Officer and the heads of the exchanges and commissary program.


Who will Craft the Plan for DoD ... Most likely, Peter Levine:

The Honorable Peter Levine, Deputy Chief Management Officer, Department of Defense will speak at the ALA Annual Conference. He has been working with Department of Defense officials and the leadership of the exchange and commissary agencies to chart a new path forward to modernize and optimize the resale system to make it more consumer responsive and efficient.

Official Biography

Peter Levine has served as the Deputy Chief Management Officer (DCMO) of the Department of Defense since his confirmation by the Senate on May 23, 2015. In this capacity, he is the senior advisor to the ... (click here to read the rest of Levine's biography.)


DoD official: Let's talk about 'touchy' commissary issue
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Military Times, Karen Jowers
Defense Department proposals to change the way commissaries operate will not degrade the benefit — and there needs to be more of a conversation about that touchy subject, defense officials said.

Lawmakers move toward eliminating commissary subsidy
Read the Full Story
Military Times, Karen Jowers
Defense officials must submit a proposal to Congress for completely weaning the military commissary and exchange systems off taxpayer funding, according to a potentially explosive provision buried in the new conference agreement on the 2016 defense authorization bill.


Announcing the passing of a leader and friend:
I am sad to report that long time Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of Webco General Partnership, Roy Thomas, passed away September 26, 2015, at his home in the Philippines. Webco shared the following statement with us, "Webco has lost an inspirational visionary and the military resale industry has lost a leader. Those of us, who had the opportunity to work with him over the years, lost a friend and a mentor." We couldn't have said it better. We send our condolences to his family and to all of you.


Patrick B. Nixon
President, American Logistics Association




WASHINGTON UPDATE


President will veto defense policy bill
Defense News
In a dispute with Republicans over how defense would be funded, President Barack Obama plans to veto the 2016 defense policy bill due for a vote in the House, a White House spokesman told reporters.
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Congress agrees on 1.3 percent military pay raise for 2016
Military Times
House and Senate negotiators reached agreement on a $612 billion defense authorization bill for fiscal 2016 that includes a 1.3 percent pay raise for service members, trims to some military benefits and a dramatic overhaul of the military retirement system.
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Retirement overhaul agreed to: Bigger matches, lump-sum payouts
Military Times
Congressional negotiators finalizing plans for an historic overhaul of the military retirement system left in a controversial lump-sum payout for troops who have served 20 years that outside advocates have blasted as a bad deal for military families.
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House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy announces he's running for speaker
The Week
House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., announced that he's running to replace John Boehner as House speaker.
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ALA/MCS IMPACT WORKSHOP


ALA/MCX Impact Workshop — Oct. 29
ALA
We are excited to announce a new Workshop, dedicated exclusively to MCX!

On Thursday, October 29 — just after the ALA Convention — ALA and MCX will conduct the "first-ever" ALA/MCX Impact Workshop.

This event is intended specifically for ALA members who supply MCX, and designed to be a collaborative and interactive exchange of ideas. Key buyers and divisional managers from MCX will be attending and participating in an array of working and briefing sessions.

We all know the environment in the Military Resale Channel has changed. Keeping up to date on those changes is critical to your business success! Please see the preliminary agenda for more details and register for this must attend event today!

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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
Oct. 1 Hampton Roads ALA Golf and Oyster Roast Chuck Johnson Memorial
Oct. 26-28 68th Annual Convention
Oct. 29 2015 ALA/MCCS Impact Workshop
Dec. 3 NY ALA Holiday Luncheon


COALITION UPDATE


MOAA responds to Defense Bill
Military Officers Association of America
Defense bill negotiators reached a bipartisan agreement last evening on the FY 2016 National Defense Authorization Act. Some proposals harmful to military families were averted, but MOAA believes the final bill will degrade the morale and readiness of the nation's all-volunteer force. "We are disappointed in the final defense bill and its adverse effect on military families," stated retired Navy Vice Adm. Norb Ryan, president of MOAA. He cautioned, "We must reverse this trend of eroding pay and benefits because we're sending the wrong signal to the troops at the wrong time."
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The NDAA moves forward: What did Congress decide?
National Military Family Association
Unfortunately, service members and their families are going to get more of what we got last year — pay raises below the Employment Cost Index, reductions in Basic Allowance for Housing, and TRICARE pharmacy co-pay increases. Under the bill, DoD would be required to send Congress a report detailing how the commissary could be made cost-neutral — in other words, operate without the $1.4 billion subsidy it currently receives. The report is due March 1, 2016 and must consider options such as consolidating commissary and exchange operations, privatizing the commissary and changing the way commissary prices are set. Our Association is extremely concerned about the cumulative impact these provisions will have on military family finances. We oppose balancing the budget on the backs of military families!
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Congressional conferees shape leaner budget for military pay, benefits
Stars & Stripes
Military members and families have little to cheer from compromises House and Senate conferees have reached as they finalized details of key personnel provisions in the fiscal 2016 defense authorization bill. Conferees rejected DoD's call to begin to cut $1.3 billion in taxpayer support of commissaries. Instead, they will arm the Defense Commissary Agency (DeCA) with new authorities to test ways to operate stores more efficiently including varied product pricing schemes. The impossible-sounding goal of a new study will be to preserve the value of the shopping benefit yet make commissary and exchange operations "budget neutral," or able to operate without taxpayer support, by 2019.
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DoD official: Let's talk about 'touchy' commissary issue
Military Times
"We're not going to reduce the benefit," said Brad Carson, acting under secretary of defense for personnel and readiness, at a leadership luncheon of the National Military Family Association. But Carson went on to say there are ways to improve the commissary benefit while reducing the system's taxpayer subsidy. Military family advocates contend that changing the way groceries are sold in commissaries, with some items sold at higher prices in order to pay for some or all operating costs, would degrade the traditional, longstanding commissary benefit.
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COMMISSARY ANNOUNCEMENTS

Commissary Web Posts

The following commissary items were posted to the ALA Website between 10 AM, September 24, 2015 and 10 AM, October 1, 2015:

PROMOTIONS:
- DP #19, Update #1.
- DP #20, Update #1 & #2.
- DP #21, Update #1.
- DP #22, Update #1, #3 and Alaska Quantities. An update #2 will not be published.
- Christmas International, Update #2.
- Baking Seasonal Package, Update #2.
- 2016 DP #1, WW Promotion Package, Ringing in the New Year and Get Fit Get Healthy. - 2016 DP #3, Shippers/Pallets/One-Time-Buys.

NOTICES TO TRADE (NTT)
- 15-89, Store Reset Dates – Miramar (Revised).
- 15-99, DeCA to Salute 150 Years of Savings & Value to US Military.
- 15-101, Category Review Notification – Yogurt.

MISCELLANEOUS:
- Adds/Changes/Deletes for Week 15-39.
- CRV Values as of September 27, 2015.
- ALA Europe Chapter Meeting Minutes.
- Guard/Reserve CONUS FY16 On-Site Sale Schedule, September 25, 2015.
- DeCA August 2015 and YTD Sales Data.
- 2015 DeCA WW Master Holiday Schedule, September 30, 2015.




COMMISSARY NEWS


Snack trends: Ready-to-eat, unique flavors are in
Candy Industry
Snacks. We dedicate entire grocery store aisles to them, raid the vending machine at work to get them and, increasingly, replace entire meals with them. Given these tendencies, it's not surprising to see the category growing. And with growth comes innovation, which is good news for all the snackers out there.
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New flavors, delivery platforms keep consumers engaged with tea
FoodNavigator-USA
Hoping to build on the momentum driving up sales of tea in the U.S., manufacturers are offering new flavors and delivery platforms that keep consumers engaged. At Expo East, companies showcased innovated tea bags, ready-to-drink options and even a tea consumers eat instead of drink.
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Jim Cramer: Ride WhiteWave Foods for gains on organic food growth
TheStreet
Shares of WhiteWave Foods are up 27 percent year to date, and there are a lot of ways to win with this maker of organic dairy and plant-based foods. As the trend towards healthier eating sweeps America, WhiteWave Foods is the fastest-growing food company in the United States.
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How the supermarket business became so cutthroat
The Philadelphia Inquirer
Who knew selling food would be so cutthroat? Food rounds out the top three household expenditures, after transportation and housing. And the landscape is littered with those that have been put out of business (Pathmark and Super Fresh) or recently bought out. Acme Markets' scooping up some Pathmark stores after its parent, A&P, went bankrupt over the summer is the latest.
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Do you focus on your core customers?
Supermarket News
A recent study from The CMO Club and IBM showed that CMOs were finally shifting resources from customer acquisition to retention and loyalty. The benefits of retention have been well documented over the years, and with customers today so easily able to share their opinions, it's become even more essential for every brand to look after its core customers.
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Creating a personalized shopping experience for each shopper
Progressive Grocer
When everything can be purchased online and delivered to your home, grocery retailers must do something to motivate customers to step foot in their stores. They have to create an experience customers can't get online. Fortunately, technology allows the possibility of creating a personalized shopping experience for each customer.
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EXCHANGE NEWS


Texas: New Fort Hood main PX to open Oct. 1
Fort Hood Herald
Army and Air Force Exchange Service officials have announced a new date and time for the opening of the much-anticipated new post exchange at Fort Hood. The Clear Creek Shopping Center, located across the street from the Clear Creek Main Exchange on Clear Creek Boulevard, will open with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 9:30 a.m., Oct. 1, "ushering in a new era of shopping for the Fort Hood community," according to a news release from AAFES officials.
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Exchange Executive Promotions and Assignments

On behalf of the Director/CEO, please join me in congratulating these deserving associates.

Executive Promotions
James Altom, PB 5B, DC Manager I (Regional), Logistics Directorate, Giessen Distribution Center to the position of PB 5C, DC Manager II, Logistics Directorate, West Coast Distribution Center in November 2015. Peter Catineau, PB 5C, DC Manager II, Logistics Directorate, West Coast Distribution Center to the position of PB 5D, DC Manager III, Logistics Directorate, Dan Daniels Distribution Center in November 2015.
Christopher J. Ward, PB 4E Public Relations Specialist II, Strategic Planning & Partnerships Directorate, Exchange HQ to the position of PB 5B Senior Public Relations Manager, Strategic Planning & Partnerships Directorate, Exchange HQ in August 2015.
Executive Assignments
Daniel Barriga, General Manager, Wiesbaden Exchange, Europe Region to Region Retail Program Specialist, Europe Retail Operations Office, Europe Region in September 2015. Miles Bowman, Chief HR Policy & Labor, Human Resources Directorate, Exchange HQ to Chief Employee Relations, Human Resources Directorate, Exchange HQ in January 2016.
Carrie Cammel, Region Retail Program Specialist, Europe Retail Operations Office, Europe Region to General Manager, Wiesbaden Exchange, Europe Region in September 2015. Alan French, Vice President, Logistics Operations, Logistics Directorate, Exchange HQ to Vice President, Fulfillment Operations, Logistics Directorate, Exchange HQ in August 2015.
Andrew Keilholz, Chief Employee Relations (OSE), Human Resources Directorate, Europe Region to Chief HR Policy & Labor, Human Resources Directorate, Exchange HQ in January 2016. Chin Kim, Region Food Program Specialist, Eastern Region Food Office, Exchange HQ to Region Food Program Specialist, Pacrim Food Office, Pacific Region in November 2015.
Jay McCartin, Vice President, Fulfillment Operations, Logistics Directorate, Exchange HQ to Vice President, Logistics Operations, Logistics Directorate, Exchange HQ in August 2015. Patrick L. Oldenburgh, Chief Org Systems & Support, Human Resources Directorate, Exchange HQ to Chief Employee Relations (OSE), Human Resources Directorate, Europe Region in January 2016.
Steven Pena, General Manager, Osan Exchange, Pacific Region to General Manager, KCP Exchange, Pacific Region in October 2015. Randy Ramirez, Chief Employee Relations, Human Resources Directorate, Exchange HQ to Chief Career Assignments, Human Resources Directorate, Exchange HQ in November 2015.
Arna Yarbrough, Chief Career Assignments, Human Resources Directorate, Exchange HQ to Chief Employee Relations, Human Resources Directorate, Exchange HQ in November 2015. David J. Young, Sr Transportation Analyst, Logistics Directorate, Dan Daniels Distribution Center to Logistics Analyst Sr, Logistics Directorate, Exchange HQ in November 2015.
Stanley Young, General Manager, KCP Exchange, Pacific Region to General Manager, Osan Exchange, Pacific Region in October 2015.



INDUSTRY NEWS


Retail Across America: Small Business Learning Lab
NRF
Retail Across America: Small Business Learning Labs are educational programs designed for small retailers around the country. The half-day events begin with fast-track sessions on expanding your social footprint, turning your data into dollars, protecting your business from cybertheft and developing engaging content to reach your customers.
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In retail, data elbows aside chief merchants
The Wall Street Journal (tiered subscription model)
Retailers' powerful chief merchants, once lionized for their knack for spotting trends, are finding their intuitions being displaced by algorithms. Companies increasingly are relying on number crunching rather than a top merchant's instinct as they try to combat sluggish sales and changing shopper behavior.
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J.C. Penney's new chief merchant must solve 2 big problems
TheStreet
High on the priority list for J.C. Penney's incoming head merchant is selling more affordable bathroom towels and bed sheets and improving the department store's online execution. The Plano, Texas-based department store retailer announced the promotion of John Tighe as executive vice president, chief merchant.
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Target CIO to reduce outsourcing, hire 1,000 in IT
The Wall Street Journal (tiered subscription model)
Target Corp. plans to reduce technology outsourcing as it looks to hire 500 software engineers and others to focus on mobile and online using open-source tools. This comes after the retailer laid off 275 people from the IT group in August, as Chief Information Officer Mike McNamara works to infuse the technology group with Agile development and other modern skills.
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NRF: Consumers cutting back for Halloween
MediaPost
The National Retail Federation predicts that while 157 million people in the U.S. will celebrate Halloween somehow, they'll spend a little less than they did last year: About $74.34 per family, compared with $77.52 last year.
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Retailers overlook supply chain impact in search for product innovations
The Wall Street Jounal (tiered subscription model)
Consumer goods companies aren't accounting enough for the costs and complexity that new products add to supply chains as businesses seek to drive sales growth with innovation, according to a retail industry report.
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Wal-Mart simple text could be Wal-Mart's version of magic
Tech Crunch
One of the very cool things about hackathons is that you learn what type of technology that people are really using. We're all wondering what the hot "trends" are going to be at one of these things. At the Disrupt Hackathon, we're learning quite a bit. An early trend is SMS. Surprise!
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TRENDING ARTICLES
Missed last week's issue? See which articles your colleagues read most.

    Soldier receives free commissary groceries for a year (DVIDS)
The 6 issues that could cause a government shutdown (The Washington Post)
Why ALDI is the grocery store of the future (ZACKS)
Category expansion continues for WhiteWave Foods (Food Business News)
Week ahead: Defense negotiators search for deal (The Hill)

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C-STORE NEWS


Pending federal legislation on tobacco issues
CSP
While local and state tobacco-related legislative issues are reported on routinely throughout the year, bills pending in Congress that would tax or regulate cigarettes, other tobacco products and electronic cigarettes are also numerous, but generally do not receive the same level of media attention.
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Will JTI acquire RAI's Santa Fe Natural Tobacco?
CSP
While both companies said that they do not comment on rumors and speculation, sources say Japan Tobacco Inc. is in talks to buy cigarette assets from Reynolds American Inc. as the company seeks to expand outside of its shrinking home market, according to a report by Bloomberg News.
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7-Eleven's digital storefront just got bigger, colder
CSP
7-Eleven convenience stores now offers on-demand delivery in six more markets through Postmates, a San Francisco-based technology and logistics company that provides this service through a network of independent couriers.
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MWR NEWS


FMWR introduces new event website
Coastal Courier
Stewart/Hunter's Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation has merged its website with the Army MWR enterprise Web system. At www.stewarthuntermwr.com, customers can click on "Stewart" or "Hunter" to learn about all the events and programs being offered by MWR.
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Kentucky: AAFES generates money for quality-of-life programs
The Gold Standard
Soldiers and their families shopping and dining at Army and Air Force Exchange Service stores and restaurants on Fort Knox generated more than $1.10 million last year for Army quality-of-life programs.
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