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How agency leaders can prepare for more aggressive House oversight

A partisan divide between the White House and Congress could have big repercussions for the career federal workforce. Here’s what agency leaders can do to prepare.

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After pushback, NSF implements 4.6% average pay raise for all excepted service employees

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IT user experience gets low grades in Defense Business Board study

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Boiling the frog: How civil servants are being politicized before our eyes

Dr. Ron Sanders, the president and CEO of Publica Virtu LLC, explains why more than federal employees need to pay attention to the problems Schedule F and similar efforts could pose to national security.

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The latest from a foundation dedicated to military medicine

A foundation dedicated to the furthering military medicine is about to celebrate 40 years. It was signed into law by President Reagan, and later named for the Senator who sponsor the bill authorizing it.

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Is the government's cyber policy moving from partnership to command-and-control?

Cybersecurity in the private sector has long been a matter of collaboration. Companies and sectors worked with government to establish risk management approaches to what companies would ultimately decide to do. Our next guest believes that statements coming from the administration signal a move to cyber regulations, mandates and oversight.

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Is the Air Force abandoning its close air support mission?

The Air Force has long had the job of providing close air support for Army and Marine Corps ground troops. Its what made the A-10 attack fighter such a beloved instrument. The F-35 is supposed to replace the A-10 in that role.

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Two tactics to protect data now that turning back time no longer viable

Now that turning back time is no longer a viable option, agencies need to move a data protection model that’s built around a single source of truth, recommends Rubrik’s Aaron Lewis. We talk to him during our Industry Exchange Cyber.

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Is the government's cyber policy moving from partnership to command-and-control?

Cybersecurity in the private sector has long been a matter of collaboration. Companies and sectors worked with government to establish risk management approaches to what companies would ultimately decide to do. Our next guest believes that statements coming from the administration signal a move to cyber regulations, mandates and oversight.

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How industry is working to secure quantum computing

It might be the biggest thing in computing since the microprocessor. But quantum computing doesn’t come with guaranteed security. Among the challenges, developing cryptography algorithms that resist quantum computing.

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SBA, DoD expand collaboration around national security startups

The Small Business Administration and the Defense Department are expanding an arrangement to foster new companies with national security technology. The latest joint effort is called the Small Business Investment Company Critical Technologies Initiative.

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New technology executives land at HHS, GSA, Army, FEMA

FEMA brings back a familiar face to be its new CIO while HHS, the Navy and GSA fill key technology leadership roles.

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Defense News

Navy Suicides

Report: Navy ships face growing maintenance delays, costs

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Pay & Benefits

After pushback, NSF implements 4.6% average pay raise for all excepted service employees

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Technology

IT user experience gets low grades in Defense Business Board study

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Public Sector Technology Trends in 2023: Less on Zero Trust and More on CX

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Workforce

Agencies target 5 common ‘life experiences’ to improve customer experience in government

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