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

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

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

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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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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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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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VA

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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Executive Briefing Series: Military Health

In this exclusive executive briefing, the following health IT practitioners discuss digital medical delivery, concentration on the military domain.

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'Nowhere to go but up.' Biden's zero-emission federal fleet hits roadblocks

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

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Military spouses now have new ways to find careers through DoD and USO

A handful of new programs are opening up to help a segment of the population with a high unemployment rate.

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The State Department recognizes excellence in US companies doing business overseas

Soon the State Department will honor U.S. companies doing business overseas. It’s the latest round in the Award for Corporate Excellence program, now in its 22nd year.

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Biden administration details its vision for agency reopening, post-pandemic telework

The Biden administration on Thursday lifted the cap on the number of federal employees who can work in the office, but agencies must first submit and finalize reentry plans, update COVID-19 safety protocols, meet union obligations and give the workforce enough advanced notice.

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Defense News

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

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This researcher is discovering what the Navy can learn from sharks

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Pay & Benefits

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

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Technology

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

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Workforce

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

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

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Joe Biden

Contractors are also trying to sort out that return-to-work guidance from the White House

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Some members of Congress are skeptical about White House’s plans to bring feds back to the office

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