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Airmen and guardians will be stuck at current orders until they are vaccinated or exempted

The Air Force announced that starting Nov. 29 unvaccinated airmen will not be able to proceed to existing permanent change of station orders and will not be eligible for future orders unless they get an approved medical or religious accommodation.

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Pentagon considers incentives to get companies to CMMC 2.0 early

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Navy turns heads by giving Huntington Ingalls a pass on COVID mandate

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Federal agencies close to 100% compliance with vaccine mandate as enforcement begins

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Biden's DEIA strategy seeks to better understand federal employees' challenges

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Biden wants to keep President's Management Agenda 'simple' with 'clear goals'

Presidents' management agendas are meant as roadmaps to explain how an administration wants to make good on broader policy goals. For the Biden administration, the new PMA released last week says that "values of equity, dignity, accountability and results" will drive agenda priorities. And each one comes with some underlying strategies.

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DoD's long-delayed household goods moving contract faces yet another protest

American Roll-On Roll-Off Carrier Group, which won and then lost the multibillion dollar award following an earlier round of protests, said it has lodged a new challenge with the Government Accountability Office.

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DoD picks Amazon, Microsoft, Google and Oracle for multibillion dollar project to replace JEDI Cloud

The decision followed several months of market research, and represented a change from DoD’s initial plans for the contract.

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Biden picks women of color to lead White House budget office

President Joe Biden is nominating Shalanda Young to lead the White House Office of Management and Budget

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The Federal Executive Forum’s Zero Trust in Government

In this exclusive webinar, technology experts will explore what the future of zero trust in government means to you.

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'Model diplomats': State Dept. honors Foreign Service families' volunteer work overseas

Ambassadors and diplomats aren’t the only ones who further the mission of the State Department’s Foreign Service.

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Connolly introduces new legislation aimed at strengthening OPM

The bill, known as the “Strengthen the Office of Personnel Management Act,” would redefine the agency’s mission and responsibilities, codify the role of the director and the career chief management officer and create a new advisory council for OPM.

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VA's struggling supply chain modernization initiative is under review

Defense Medical Logistics Standard Support failed to meet more than 40% of the needs staff at the Department of Veterans Affairs’ first implementation site had identified, the VA inspector general told Congress last week.

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Some 90% of federal employees are at least partially vaccinated by deadline, White House says

All told, 95% of federal employees are either partially or fully vaccinated, or have a medical or religious exception request pending or approved, the Biden administration said Monday. Employees had until Monday to comply with the administration’s federal vaccine mandate.

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Pentagon considers incentives to get companies to CMMC 2.0 early

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Airmen awaiting COVID vaccination exemptions must stay at current orders

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Pentagon considers incentives to get companies to CMMC 2.0 early

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Biden’s DEIA strategy seeks to better understand federal employees’ challenges

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Airmen awaiting COVID vaccination exemptions must stay at current orders

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Navy turns heads by giving Huntington Ingalls a pass on COVID mandate

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