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After Fort Hood review, Army adding civilian leadership to criminal investigations

The move is the first step in a break from the traditional chain of command structure handling crimes.

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Pam Coleman, associate director of performance and personnel management at the Office of Management and Budget, and Kathleen McGettigan, acting director of the Office of Personnel Management, wished federal employees a Happy Public Service Recognition Week. Throughout the month of May, Federal News Network wants to show federal employees and contractors how much we appreciate their dedication to us all. You can, too! Send a personalized e-card to the folks who have exemplified public service during this unprecedented and trying time.

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Only 40 military bases still have COVID restrictions in place as of May 5

A total of 190 military bases around the globe no longer have travel restrictions.

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DHS set to launch its 'most significant hiring initiative' as part of cyber workforce sprint

The Department of Homeland Security is building momentum on its plans to get ahead of an escalating ransomware threat, and getting started on 60-day sprint focused on ramping up its cyber workforce to get ahead of these threats.

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OMB relaxes repayment requirement in new TMF guidance

OMB released new guidance to agencies today for how the Technology Modernization Fund board will loan out the windfall funding Congress approved.

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For Defense, continuous modernization requires data, algorithms, and new business approaches

Speed of decision-making will be an increasingly important capability for Defense Department planners. According to Josh Wilson, the senior vice president of service lines and technology at LMI, those capabilities will, in turn, require the insertion of artificial intelligence and machine learning into their basic functionality.

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Space National Guard is a top-of-list concern for military officials

The Space National Guard would need permissions from Congress before becoming a reality.

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NTEU president makes the case for unions in the federal workplace

Federal Drive with Tom Temin concluded its four-part series, Federal Unions: For better or for worse, with the president of one of the major unions itself, the National Treasury Employees Union’s Tony Reardon.

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Part 2: Air Force pursues lines of effort for IT risk reduction at bases

If it could, the Air Force would prefer to have airmen and guardians only perform the work they need to do – and find other solutions where possible.

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It doesn't grab headlines, but CBP also combats people trying to smuggle animals of all sorts

People trying to cross the southern border make most of the news these days. But Customs and Border Protection also apprehends other illegal entrants, those with four legs, or maybe no legs at all.

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After Fort Hood review, Army adding civilian leadership to criminal investigations

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NTEU president makes the case for unions in the federal workplace

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Is the General Schedule the best way to raise pay, morale for TSA workers?

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A threat-based methodology is FedRAMP’s next step toward simplicity with rigor

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It doesn’t grab headlines, but CBP also combats people trying to smuggle animals of all sorts

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After Fort Hood review, Army adding civilian leadership to criminal investigations

After Fort Hood review, Army adding civilian leadership to criminal investigations