Congress Moves to Create Job of DOD Operational Energy Director

/ September 24, 2008 at 5:00 AM
Sept. 24, 2008 -- Congress wants the next president to appoint a Pentagon official to champion "operational" energy policy issues across the military, according to the conference agreement on the fiscal year 2009 defense authorization bill House and Senate lawmakers reached yesterday. The move follows a recommendation approved by the House Armed Services Committee in its version of the legislation earlier this year. The full House passed the bill in May. The Senate version of the bill, passed last week,...

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