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DoD prioritizes sustainability projects to mitigate climate change impact

The Defense Department is seeing the Biden administration’s green-government goals as an opportunity to improve resilience around critical resources like fuel and electricity. DoD Chief Sustainability Officer Joe Bryan said last week that the department…

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

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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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From costumes to cake, agencies honor Independence Day

A summary of how some federal agencies and the armed forces are celebrated Independence Day

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USPS meets financial health goal, falls short on delivery, CX targets in FY 2021

The Postal Service’s regulator said the agency met its financial health target last fiscal year, the latest sign that USPS’ long-term financial situation is improving.

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One sign of women's progress: A rise in the percentage of copyrights they receive

If copyrights are a measure of women’s long-term rise in economic participation, trends show progress but still a ways to go. A recent study by the U.S. Copyright Office shows that over a 40-year period, women’s share of registrations rose from 28%, to 38% in 2020.

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The role of the business integrator must help CIOs drive digital transformation

Business integrators help CIOs implement in lean principles, initiate change management, customer experience and user centered design principles as part of the software development lifecycle.

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New obstacles emerge to any hope of Congress getting a budget in time for fiscal 2023

China can’t do anything to prevent Congress from passing a budget on time for 2023. But the China competitiveness bill could do just that. With the year-end just three months away now, legislative arguments over the bill threaten budget talks.

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In this nutty market, can veterans actually buy a home with the VA home loan program?

For an update, VA’s Executive Director of Loan Guaranty John Bell III spoke to the Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

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Aside from G, all TSP funds drop for June

Only the government securities investment G fund managed to show improved returns over the last month, while all other stock and bond funds in the Thrift Savings Plan finished below their May performance and in the red.

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GSA hits the play button on Polaris by finalizing solicitation updates

The General Services Administration lifted its two-month pause on the small business IT services governmentwide acquisition contract after updating the mentor-protégé requirements.

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Defense News

DoD prioritizes sustainability projects to mitigate climate change impact

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Supreme Court

Abortion bans cause privacy, financial issues for service members, despite DoD’s efforts

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Pay & Benefits

Federal groups, unions back paid leave for feds seeking abortion services

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Technology

How various zero trust controls, frameworks and guidance align, and how to move forward with them

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‘Grand success’ of OCONUS edge computing test gives Army momentum to tackle tactical cloud next

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FEMA

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

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