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NITAAC extends due date for CIO-SP4 after bid submission problems

Contractors bidding on the CIO-SP4 procurement from the National Institutes of Health IT Acquisition and Assessment Center said the portal to submit final bids has been problematic.

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Biden signs order making sexual harassment a punishable offense in military

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Federal attorneys group urges DOJ to fix pay disparity, set new policy for telework

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Navy discharges 1st active-duty sailors for vaccine refusal

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Living our values by ensuring a livable wage

Kiran Ahuja, the director of the Office of Personnel Management, explains why making sure the federal workforce earns a minimum wage of $15 per hour is so important.

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Watchdog says key federal health agency is failing on crises

A federal watchdog says the government’s main health agency is failing to meet its responsibilities for leading the national response to public health emergencies including the COVID-19 pandemic, extreme weather disasters and even potential bioterrorist attacks

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Prior punishments for refusing vaccine among federal workforce won't be reversed, task force says

Agencies don’t need to reverse discipline they’ve already imposed for failing to follow the mandate, but they must stop any new or ongoing enforcement actions, according to new guidance.

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DISA makes $7M award to start proving out DoD zero trust strategy

The award to Booz Allen Hamilton will be used to start testing a prototype of DoD’s zero trust security model, which the agency calls “Thunderdome.”

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Challenges and opportunities of a modern distributed workforce

This content is provided by Interstate Moving | Relocation |Logistics. While the current surge in Omicron coronavirus cases has yet to result in the issuance of any new guidance on reentry to federal agencies, most…

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US and Canada embark on a mission to modernize NORAD

Most people think of Santa Claus when they think of NORAD. But the North American Aerospace Defense Command has a crucial mission that is ever evolving with new threats.

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Federal employees crushed the goals for the combined federal campaign this year

The holiday season is just a memory now as winter settles in, also in the rear view mirror is the Combined Federal Campaign. Turns out for the National Capital Region, federal employees crushed it with donations exceeding the goal. For details, the Federal Drive with Tom Temin spoke to the CFC National Capital Region chairman, Vince Micone.

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Cyber workforce ranks among least diverse segments of federal government

The federal cybersecurity workforce is less diverse than the rest of the federal government, and a unique series of challenges make it harder for agencies to show progress.

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UPDATED: OMB looks to improve user experience under zero trust strategy

The White House’s forthcoming zero trust strategy gives agencies a chance to overhaul how employees and citizens access federal systems.

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Biden signs order making sexual harassment a punishable offense in military

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Federal attorneys group urges DOJ to fix pay disparity, set new policy for telework

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TSP completes 15-month financial systems modernization, replacing legacy IT

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Biden signs order making sexual harassment a punishable offense in military

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