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VA makes the case for another record funding request in 2022

The Department of Veterans Affairs expects the pandemic-driven surge in demand for its services will continue well into 2022, putting pressure on its staff and finances.

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

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Moving industry facing 'perfect storm' of demand for military transitions this summer

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Tom Temin's Second Annual Motorcycle Ride for Charity

Tom Temin's second annual Motorcycle Ride for Charity is just around the corner! Sign up to ride or donate. Donations will benefit the Federal Employees Education and Assistance Fund and Friends of Patients at the NIH.

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Scanning military records now will improve disability claims process later, VBA says

The Veterans Benefits Administration is helping the National Archives and Records Administration expand its pandemic operations and is scanning decades of paper-based military personnel records into a digital format.

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“Pay-by-the-drink” model for cloud services coming to GSA schedules

A new draft memo, GSA says using the consumption model for cloud services would increase competition, and encourage new entrants to the schedule program.

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Army needs to take a better look at its lodging privatization places, watchdog says

The Army has expanded its temporary lodging improvement plans out to 2029.

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NIH doctors earn Sammies finalist honors for addressing higher COVID-19 rates among minorities

Black, Latino, Native American and other minorities had higher rates of COVID-19 – contracting it and and being hospitalized – than the national average. Last summer, Dr. Gary Gibbons decided to do something about it.

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Navy pursuing artificial intelligence to enable faster performance

The Navy, through its Office of Naval Research is pursuing artificial intelligence applications across a broad spectrum of the service’s responsibilities to man, train and equip, as well as warfighting, sustainment and readiness.

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AP: Some stolen US military guns used in violent crimes

An Associated Press investigation has found that at least 1,900 U.S. military firearms were lost or stolen over the last decade

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Data integrity remains an issue for VA, despite improvements

A new report from VA’s inspector general illustrates how discrepancies in vacancy counts add to ongoing staffing issues within the agency, despite some improvements in recent years.

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Less than 1% of federal fleet is zero-emission, as Biden pushes 'ambitious' goal

Biden is asking lawmakers to approve $5 billion to support a broader national transition to electric and zero-emission vehicles.

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Defense News

Navy considers how to repair multiple battle-damaged ships simultaneously

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Military families should expect moving delays this summer as companies recover from COVID

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Pay & Benefits

DoD’s new electronic health record rollout is now about one-third complete

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IT modernization and cybersecurity are nearly one and the same now. What comes next?

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

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