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Five Army bases account for one-third of female soldier assaults

A new study sheds light on where the Army is falling short in addressing assault and harassment.

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Adieu to CVR, the platform that taught DoD how to act as an IT enterprise

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Colonial Pipeline hack raises questions about CISA’s role in cyber reporting, testing for critical infrastructure

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Our newest show is exploring space (and its growing industry)

FNN's Eric White takes a deep look at the commercial space industry from both the public and private sector. He'll discuss topics pertaining to the aerospace community with current and former members of the federal government, academics and industry leaders paving the way in the U.S. space field. Tune in June 21 at 2 p.m. or check out new episodes here.

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Contraction of small business contractors: What’s prompting the drop?

The Office of Management and Budget designed category management policies to help save the federal government money in its acquisition process. The initiative’s side effects, however, have axed the number of small business vendors.

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Space Force taking action to become military's first digital service

The service released a strategy in May to lay out how it would reach that goal, and now it’s putting some of it into practice.

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When it comes to the workplace, even the intelligence community is going 'hybrid'

Human capital leaders in the intelligence community say the new hybrid work environment will prompt a cultural shift in how managers and supervisors communicate with employees and set expectations about performance and promotions.

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Executive Briefing Series: Digital Delivery of State Services

In this exclusive executive briefing, state-level technology executives describe how to design secure, digital delivery systems to find out the practices of successful jurisdictions.

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Accounting for big dollars has Treasury embracing AI and machine learning

As the size of Treasury’s mission has grown exponentially, the never-ending repetitive tasks they tackle have increasingly relied on artificial intelligence and machine learning.

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How did Congress move so fast on that Juneteenth law anyhow?

A crucial week’s ahead for Congress. Democrats say they’ll go to reconciliation to pass a $6 trillion package, if Republicans don’t go along.

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Moving industry missing a quarter of its workforce as military moves ramp up

DoD is working to mitigate issues by easing some rules and making moving dates flexible.

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OMB considering updates to capital planning, investment control data

Agencies have to start using the full taxonomy under the Technology Business Management (TBM) standards as part of their fiscal 2023 budget requests, but several are unlikely to meet OMB’s deadline.

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Adieu to CVR, the platform that taught DoD how to act as an IT enterprise

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Five Army bases account for one-third of female soldier assaults

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