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5 DEC 2022

The next RFPB Quarterly Meeting is December 7th at the Pentagon - UPDATE - 3D684–Garand Room, Army Conference Center. The AGENDA will start at 0830 and will focus on Homeland Defense and DSCA issues. Senior Leadership from OSD will present DoD perspectives and Senior Leaders from NGB, NORTHCOM, TRANSCOM and CYBERCOM will participate in a Roundtable and will present their components’ priorities. December’s meeting will be Closed to the public due to classification. Uniform is Class B (or service equivalent) or business attire.

**Please click here to find to the latest Federal Register Notice for December 07, 2022 **

Reserve Forces Policy Board Overview

The Reserve Forces Policy Board is, by law, a federal advisory committee within the Office of the Secretary of Defense. As mandated by Congress, it serves as an independent adviser to provide advice and recommendations directly to the Secretary of Defense on strategies, policies, and practices designed to improve and enhance the capabilities, efficiency, and effectiveness of the reserve components.

The Board may act on matters referred to it by the chair and on any matter raised by a member of the Board or the Secretary of Defense.

The 20-member Board has a civilian chairman and includes a non-voting Military Executive and Senior Enlisted representative, a member or former member of each of the seven reserve components of the armed forces, and ten U.S. citizens with significant knowledge and experience in national security and reserve component matters. Board members represent a wide range of industry, business, professional, and civic experience, in addition to their military expertise, which combined provide the Secretary of Defense with a unique and independent body of senior officials to review and comment on Reserve component programs and policies.

By law, the Secretary of Defense annually transmits to the President and Congress a separate report from the Reserve Forces Policy Board on any reserve component matter that the Board considers appropriate to include in the report.