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7-bill spending minibus clears House, retains Biden's proposed federal pay raise

The House minibus includes a silent endorsement of the president’s proposed federal pay raise for civilian employees in 2022. The Senate hasn’t introduced spending bills yet for 2022.

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Federal employees must attest to vaccination or submit to testing, per new Biden policy

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Possible vaccine mandate for federal employees raises host of tricky questions, attorneys say

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'Almost 2/3 of those actually come from rollover accidents.'

The Government Accountability Office's review of noncombat accidents was released earlier this month and the Director of Defense Capabilities and Management Issues, Cary Russell, shared more details on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

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Biden administration eyes mandates under new effort to improve critical infrastructure cybersecurity

The administration will develop performance goals for critical infrastructure cybersecurity as part of an effort emphasizing voluntary collaboration, but current and former officials see the potential for federal mandates amid a concerning rash of cyber attacks.

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Mask requirements return for federal employees, contractors in light of new guidance

Following instructions from the Office of Management and Budget, federal agencies on Wednesday began to impose new mask requirements for federal employees, contractors and visitors inside government buildings, regardless of their vaccination status.

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CMS needs to improve oversight of medical device cybersecurity

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services not only pay for health care but they accredit the organizations that deliver the programs.

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Energy's Nevada National Security Site’s Network 2025 vision laying the foundation for the future

During this webinar Chris Rankin, the chief information officer and director of information technology for the Energy Department's Nevada National Security Site, will describe the department's network modernization goals and future priorities.

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NIST seeks input on guidance to pin down trustworthy AI

NIST, in a request for information posted Wednesday, said the upcoming framework will define trustworthy AI in terms of transparency, fairness and accountability.

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GSA earns top marks under FITARA 12 scorecard

House Oversight and Reform Subcommittee on Government Operations released the latest agency grades on progress around IT modernization goals.

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DoD taking steps to scope military hunger issue

Some military families may not be eligible for SNAP because of the housing allowance they receive.

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GSA offers HQ as telework space for other feds to reduce real estate footprint

GSA, through its Public Buildings Services, manages about 371 million square feet of real estate across almost 9,000 workspaces, owns about 1,700 of those properties and leases the rest on behalf of tenant agencies.

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Defense News

Why DoD’s fighting force is ‘ever shrinking’ despite robust budgets

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What the FY 2022 Defense budget request says about a future fight with China

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Navy charges sailor with setting fire that destroyed warship

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Pay & Benefits

7-bill spending minibus clears House, retains Biden’s proposed federal pay raise

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Technology

When ransomware attacks US infrastructure, it’s tricky to know when to return fire

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