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Army Cyber Command leads planning as Combatant Command Support Agent for U.S. Cyber Command

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Summarized by the Alliance for Fort Eisenhower
Published July 1, 2024

About 350 Air Force civilian employees at U.S Cyber Command (USCC) switched over to become Army civilians under a program overseen by U.S. Army Cyber Command (ARCYBER). Congress mandated that change as part of the National Defense Authorization Act.

The Army assumed the Combatant Command Support Agent (CCSA) role for USCC on June 2, 2024. The CCSA is responsible for administrative and logistical support to a combatant command, including support to a civilian workforce which will grow to over 700 Army civilians working for the combatant command.

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