Christine Fox is Back at the Pentagon as an Unpaid Consultant

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Christine Fox, former CAPE director, seen here with Gen. James Cartwright, former vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, during a 2010 briefing. (DoD Photo)

Christine Fox, the former director of DoD’s Cost Assessment and Program Evaluation office, is working at the Pentagon again, this time as an unpaid consultant to Deputy Defense Secretary Ashton Carter.

Fox, who stepped down as CAPE director earlier this summer, has penned an extremely articulate op-ed in this week’s edition of Defense News about the danger sequestration poses to DoD.

Before stepping down from her post at CAPE, Fox played an critical role in the Strategic Choices and Management Review, which wrapped up in July. The SCMR looked the the impact sequestration spending cuts would have on the military missions.

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