Gates outlines ways to regulate senior officers' mentoring

03/24/2010 | USA Today

The top deputy to Defense Secretary Robert Gates was to brief the Joint Chiefs of Staff on Wednesday on the Pentagon chief's recommendations regarding regulation of the practice of hiring retired senior officers to advise the military. The officers are usually paid hundreds of dollars per hour for their services, and a recent USA TODAY investigation reported that most of the mentors had ties to defense contractors.

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