Navy Family Team Summit Executive Summary
Business & Public Policy (GSBPP)
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The Chief of Naval Operations, Admiral Vern Clark, via video, welcomed the participants and introduced the summit. He encouraged the participants to really get involved in the summit because he looked to their ideas and suggestions to improve the programs for the Navy and their families. The CNO’s five priorities include Manpower, Current Readiness, Future Readiness, Quality, and Alignment. These were reiterated in his welcome to the summit participants.
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