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Remembering Mike Causey: Federal community loses a peerless reporter – and a friend

Longtime readers and the federal community Mike Causey covered all these years are sharing what he meant to them, after his death this week at 82 years old.

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Income plays a role in participants’ likeliness to change TSP contributions, FRTIB finds

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Federal News Network's 2022 Cloud Exchange now available on demand!

The pandemic drove cloud adoption forward. Now, agencies are embracing new services and cloud models. Watch the entire event on demand or view individual sessions to hear from cloud and IT experts in government and industry

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House GOP leaders vow to undo $80B to rebuild IRS if party regains majority

Barely a month after the IRS got $80 billion to rebuild its workforce and upgrade its legacy IT, House Republican leaders are making repealing this funding their top legislative priority ahead of this November’s elections.

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Millions of Americans will save on Medicare fees next year

For the first time in a decade, Americans will pay less next year on monthly premiums for Medicare’s Part B plan, which covers routine doctors’ visits and other outpatient care

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Maryland couple plead guilty in submarine secrets sale case

A U.S. Navy nuclear engineer and his wife have entered new guilty pleas in a case in West Virginia involving the sale of secrets about nuclear submarines

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Cloud Exchange 2022: What are the top 3 use cases for federal cloud adoption?

It should come as no surprise that these are public health, election security and climate research. But why? We find out from ThunderCat Technology Cloud CTO Nic Perez why cloud use makes sense for these critical federal initiatives.

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DoD moves forward with plans to help victims of sexual assault as reports hit all-time high

In spite of ongoing efforts to combat sexual assault, a recent survey showed the armed services have a bigger problem than ever. Now top military personnel describe how they plan to fix the problem.

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For USDA, advancing DEIA means making long-term, internal changes

After considering feedback from employees, stakeholders and others, USDA released its final strategic plan to advance diversity, equity, inclusion and accessibility.

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Contractors nervous as Congress hints at a government shutdown

Congress is currently flirting with the possibility of a government shutdown, as well as the potential year long continuing resolution no one wants, not to mention the fact that inflation is making it harder to conduct business and getting permission to increase prices remains difficult.

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With software memo out, OMB moves into cyber EO implementation phase

Chris DeRusha, the federal chief information security officer, said the focus on securing commercial software comes from the cyber executive order.

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Jonathan Toebbe, Diana Toebbe

Maryland couple plead guilty in submarine secrets sale case

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Air Force meets 2022 recruiting goal, but faces myriad short and long-term challenges

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Income plays a role in participants’ likeliness to change TSP contributions, FRTIB finds

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Air Force meets 2022 recruiting goal, but faces myriad short and long-term challenges

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Vibin Roy

Will telehealth — which exploded during the pandemic — continue to boom?

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Income plays a role in participants’ likeliness to change TSP contributions, FRTIB finds

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Merit Systems Protection Board, files, seal, stack, papers

Do arbitrators go easy on federal employees who challenge being fired?

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DoD moves forward with plans to help victims of sexual assault as reports hit all-time high

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