In The News

  • 126,000 service members in crosshairs for separation as DoD’s ‘deploy or get out’ policy takes effect

    By: Tara Copp  2 October 2018 The Pentagon’s hard line on troop readiness took effect Monday, and 126,000 service members now find themselves on a path to separation if they do not become deployable in the next 12 months. “Deploy or get out” was an early policy priority of Defense Secretary Jim Mattis to improve […]

  • CalVet Tuition Fee waived for eligible veteran dependents

    By: Staff Report – Updated: 2 days ago SACRAMENTO — California Department of Veterans Affairs (CalVet) offers a College Fee Waiver Program for eligible veteran dependents. The CalVet College Tuition Fee Waiver for Veteran Dependents benefit waives mandatory system-wide tuition and fees at any State of California Community College, California State University, or University of […]

  • Brown extends National Guard mission at California border through March

    The California National Guard will continue supporting Border Patrol through at least March, officials announced late Friday. In April, Gov. Jerry Brown approved a White House request for troops and authorized up to 400 members of the National Guard to work in support roles targeting transnational crime. The initial agreement between the Trump administration and […]

  • Brown Signs Bill Boosting Consumer Protection for Service Members

    Press Release | Friday, Sep 21, 2018 Among the bills recently passed by California lawmakers and signed into law by Gov. Jerry Brown was Assembly Bill 3212, designed to strengthen the state’s consumer protections for service members and military families, including California National Guard soldiers and airmen. AB 3212 extends the length of time that service […]


    Tuesday 10-9-2018 – Sheraton Grand, Sacramento We are pleased to announce the State of California Cybersecurity Education Summit 2018, scheduled on Tuesday, October 9, at the Sheraton Grand Sacramento. The 2018 Summit gathers thought leaders from industry, government, and academia to engage, inform, train, and empower California to stay ahead of cyber threats. This educational […]

  • U.S. Army Modern Installations What is it? The U.S. Army needs modern installations to meet the demands of all-domain operations, adapt to the conditions of a cyber-enabled world and fulfill expectations of the modern Soldier. Modern installations will use emerging technology to ensure the safety of Soldiers, Families and Army Civilians in a more permissive environment. They will […]