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Deputy Defense Secretary Robert O. Work

Febraury 2015
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Work Outlines Budget Priorities, Process During Keynote Speech

The president's fiscal year 2016 defense budget request begins the process of restoring future warfighting capacity and capabilities by reversing delays to long-term modernization efforts, Deputy Defense Secretary Bob Work said. Story

Work Departs for Trip to Discuss Budget, Nuclear Enterprise

Deputy Defense Secretary Bob Work departed for a trip to discuss budget priorities, meet with nuclear enterprise troops and tour the U.S. Navy's newest mobile landing platform. Story

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Work Attends West 2015, Tours Landing Platform

About the Deputy Secretary

Robert O. Work was confirmed as the 32nd Deputy Secretary of Defense on April 30, 2014. Mr. Work most recently served as Chief Executive Officer of the Center for a New American Security (CNAS). From 2009 to 2013, Mr. Work served as the Undersecretary of the Navy. In this capacity, he was the Deputy and Principal Assistant to the Secretary of the Navy and acted with full authority of the Secretary in the day-to-day management of the Department of the Navy. Biography

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