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It could soon be a providers’ market (but don’t bank on it)

During next five years a shift in the dynamics of the care market could favour providers, according to an interesting appendix buried at the end latest white paper by industry analysts LaingBuisson. 429 more words

Fort Gordon Connection: Thousands of soldiers return to post after the holidays

It’s back to work for thousands of soldiers-in-training.

The week before Christmas, the 15th Regimental Signal Brigade sent home more than 3,000 soldiers, to be with their families for the holidays. 12 more words


Fort Gordon Connection: Soldiers-in-training prepare for holiday block leave

Home for the holidays…more than 3,000 soldiers-in-training will be leaving for holiday block leave this week.

Starting at midnight on Thursday through Friday, the 15th Regimental Signal Brigade will be sending the soldiers home to their families. 12 more words


Fort Gordon Connection: Holiday Remembrance ceremony to held at Fort Gordon

As the holiday’s arrive, it’s a time for many to gather with family and friends…but on post they’ll be gathering for a different reason this week. 65 more words


CQC fees: How can they demand to be self-funding?

Now the The Independent Care Group that serves York and North Yorkshire is calling on the regulator to rethink its planned hike in fees or risk damaging social care. 264 more words

U.S. Army Signal Corps band being reduced from 39 to 12 soldiers

(FORT GORDON, GA) – As the Army continues to reduce force structure to meet its end-strength requirement of 980,000 Soldiers in the Total Army by FY 18, the service examined its institutional capacity and its combat capacity with an eye to preserving as much combat power as possible. 113 more words


Fort Gordon Connection: U.S. Army Corps Signal Band holding annual Holiday Concert

Friday, December 4th, the U.S. Army Signal Corps Band will have their annual holiday concert, “Sounds of the Season”.

It starts at 7pm at First Baptist Church of Augusta located at 3500 Walton Way Extension. 26 more words