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Congresswoman Norton hints at House hearing on TSP challenges

D.C. congresswoman shares more details about her plans to address challenges from the Thrift Savings Plan update.

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DoD prioritizes sustainability projects to mitigate climate change impact

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Federal News Network's Zero Trust Exchange now available on demand

In a three-day event June 21-23, Federal News Network took a deep dive into what agencies are really trying to achieve in zero trust, and what they've accomplished thus far.

Catch up now on any sessions you might have missed!

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Key cyber agency set to get procurement authority, contracting officers

The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency is continuing its fast evolution as a standalone department.

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Air Force strengthens policy to kick out sexual assaulters

There are now fewer exceptions for an airman or guardian to stay in the service after an assault conviction.

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FEMA’s enterprise cloud services potentially could lower costs by 30%-to-40%

Jim Rodd, FEMA’s cloud portfolio manager, said his office developed a chargeback model for cloud service that received strong feedback from external experts.

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Navy plans to become ‘cyber ready’ by ditching compliance-obsessed ATO processes

The Navy Department’s top IT official says current cyber approval processes create strange incentives that degrade systems’ security instead of improving it.

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Federal Sustainability Plan 'rebuilding' momentum on green government goals

The Biden administration expects upcoming sustainability standards for federal buildings will put agencies on a realistic path to meeting some of President Joe Biden’s green government goals.

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Five ways to improve FOIA estimated completion dates

Agency public information officers can take advantage of setting estimated dates of completion to identify unwanted pages and speed up processing times.

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GAO asking Congress for 13% budget increase in FY 2023

The principal overseer of government operations and budget execution also has to go to Congress each year for its own appropriation. The Government Accountability Office uses the savings its caused throughout government as its own justification. For 2023, GAO is asking for $810 million, a nearly 13% increase from what it received for the current fiscal year.

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Federal contractors moving ahead after a bizarre 2022 fiscal year

This first week in July, contractors are making the start of the fiscal quarter in which the government spends the biggest portion of available dollars.

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DoD prioritizes sustainability projects to mitigate climate change impact

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Congresswoman Norton hints at House hearing on TSP challenges

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Congresswoman Norton hints at House hearing on TSP challenges

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Federal Court of Appeals looks to handle question of monetary damages for feds who worked for free during shutdown

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