Maryland officials are getting an update on Defense Department moves that brought 20,000 new jobs to military installations in the state.
State and military officials are marking the end of a military base realignment process that is bringing thousands of jobs to Maryland.
A center for processing security clearances for Defense Department personnel and contractors is opening at Fort Meade.
Maryland officials say the state has been awarded a $7.7 million federal grant to help more than 6,500 people who are moving to the state because of military base realignment.
Maryland’s senators are announcing $300 million for traffic improvements related to military base realignment.
The Pentagon should pay more for transportation improvements around military bases that are getting tens of thousands of new workers under a national plan to reconfigure bases, a report commissioned by Congress recommended Monday.