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DHS marks expansion of bug bounty efforts with impending contract awards

DHS is planning to award upwards of four contracts to help expand its bug bounty software vulnerability program.

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Breaking down a few key recommendations from the Federal Salary Council

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Two new innovation challenges emerge in DoD, as the competition trend continues to rise

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Employee Assistance programs, EAP

One prime contractor is growing its own startups with promising technology

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FDA lawyer was instrumental in limits on cigarette marketing

The latest interview in the Federal Drive with Tom Temin's series spotlighting finalists for the 2022 Service to America Medals Program (a.k.a. Sammies) is a lawyer responsible for much of the FDA's regulations around tobacco marketing. Mitchell Zeller recently retired from his role as director of the FDA's Center for Tobacco Products.

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Commerce, NASA leaning on the Evidence Act to push common priorities

It’s been three years since the Foundations for Evidence-Based Policymaking Act became law and agencies are using it to plan their 2024 budget requests.

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From IT to workforce to CX, agencies must justify their investments decisions in 2024

Fiscal 2024 budget guidance from the Office of Management and Budget tells agencies to invest in rebuilding the workforce, the move toward zero trust and several other management priorities.

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Does the government need a FOIA enforcer?

An advisory committee is recommending Congress give a small office at the National Archives the ability to issue binding FOIA decisions.

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How agencies can create a secure, equitable digital front door

During this exclusive webinar, learn how organizations are curating the best digital experience for citizens and customers alike.

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Two decades later, the Department of Homeland Security continues to evolve

It’s been 20 years since its creation and there are some aspects of the Department of Homeland Security that are still taking shape. In the latest change to its organizational chart, the department created a new Office of Health Security in its headquarters.

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How to get smart college students to help your agency solve big challenges

A bill in Congress would make it easier for all agencies to use the program coordinated by a nonprofit called Common Mission Project.

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Senate committee calls on VA, DOJ to improve accessibility to federal technology

The Senate Special Committee on Aging calls on VA and DOJ to improve federal technology accessibility to individuals and veterans with disabilities.

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USPS expects to raise mail rates again next year, warns it remains in 'financial hole'

The Postal Service is starting to see the impact of major reform legislation on its finances, but still expects to still raise mail prices again at the start of next year.

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Defense News

Two new innovation challenges emerge in DoD, as the competition trend continues to rise

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Employee Assistance programs, EAP

One prime contractor is growing its own startups with promising technology

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Pay & Benefits

Breaking down a few key recommendations from the Federal Salary Council

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Technology

How to get smart college students to help your agency solve big challenges

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Employee Assistance programs, EAP

One prime contractor is growing its own startups with promising technology

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Workforce

Breaking down a few key recommendations from the Federal Salary Council

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How to get smart college students to help your agency solve big challenges

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Employee Assistance programs, EAP

One prime contractor is growing its own startups with promising technology

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