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A panel of experts briefed Marine Corps Systems Command employees and answered questions about the sequestration and possible furlough during a command town hall March 8. The panel, from left, included Denise Gillis, Marine Corps Base Quantico associate counsel for labor and employment; Tim Wagner, MCSC director of Security; Erica Smith, Headquarters Marine Corps Human Resources and Organizational Management; Shelly Dunphy, MCSC Workforce, Management and Development business manager; and Michelle Cresswell, MCSC deputy commander for Resource Management and a new member of the senior executive service.
130308-M-ZW180-002.JPG Photo By: Bill Johnson-Miles

Mar 12, 2013
MCB Quantico, VA - A panel of experts briefed Marine Corps Systems Command employees and answered questions about the sequestration and possible furlough during a command town hall March 8. The panel, from left, included Denise Gillis, Marine Corps Base Quantico associate counsel for labor and employment; Tim Wagner, MCSC director of Security; Erica Smith, Headquarters Marine Corps Human Resources and Organizational Management; Shelly Dunphy, MCSC Workforce, Management and Development business manager; and Michelle Cresswell, MCSC deputy commander for Resource Management and a new member of the senior executive service.


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