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Ken Moore
President
Michigan State Employees Association
AFSCME, Local 5 - AFL-CIO

 

Brent Heyer
Vice President
Michigan State Employees Association
AFSCME, Local 5 - AFL-CIO

State's Computer System Experiences Outages This Morning Print
Friday, 04 September 2015 10:30
Computer system outages in at least three state departments were reported  at 8:22 am this morning, according to the Dept. of Technology, Management and Budget (DTMB).  The outages impacted the Dept. of Treasury, the Dept. of Corrections, the Secretary of State and possibly other agencies.  Everything was back up and running at 11:45 am.  Technicians are still trying to find the cause of the outages.
 
Keep Selfridge Open! Print
Thursday, 03 September 2015 09:44
On Wednesday, seven members of Michigan's congressional delegation toured the Selfridge Air National Guard Base and the U.S. Army's Detroit Arsenal in Warren. Members included U.S. Sen. Debbie Stabenow (D-Lansing); and Republican Reps. Fred Upton (St. Joseph); Bill Huizenga (Zeeland); Dan Benishek (Crystal Falls); and Candioce Miller of Harrison Twp); as well as Democratic Reps. Sander Levin (Royal Oak); and Debbie Dingell (Dearborn). Although there has been no recent talk of closing Selfridge, military leaders are concerned about the possibility ahd hope to convince legislators to keep the nearly 100-year-old airfield in service.  It's expected that there will be more base closings across the country in, perhaps, 2017.  Selfridge has survived previous rounds of closures, although its mission has been changed as planes have been added to or removed from the base.  President Barack Obama has objected to congressional efforts to block the military's retirement of the A-10 Thunderbolt II attack jets, 20 of which are based at Selfridge and which supports 650 jobs there.  Most of Michigan's delegation has opposed the Obama administration's budget decision.  Selfridge pumps about $100 million into the local economy and employs more than 5,000 civilian and military personnel.