ANNAPOLIS, Md., Feb. 19, 2013 – In its quest to help veterans find employment, the Defense Department is collaborating with states, which represent the center of gravity for jobs, the director of training readiness and strategy for the deputy assistant secretary of defense for readiness told a Maryland state administrative panel today.
Frank DiGiovanni testified at the Maryland state house here on the benefits of the state’s Veterans Full Employment Act of 2013, which is under consideration by the Maryland legislature.
The crux of the act would require licensing units and boards to give credit to veterans for related military training, education and experience. Giovanni heads the licensing and credentialing task force for the Defense Department.
DOD is developing a three-phase program in conjunction with states, he noted. read more>>>