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Congress makes government overlap, duplication problems worse, senator says

The Government Accountability Office identified an additional 112 steps this year that agencies and Congress could take to eliminate overlap and duplication within an untold number of federal programs and initiatives.

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Missing military tenant bill of rights provisions to be finished next month

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USPS fills leadership ranks with new deputy postmaster general, 2 board members

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Navy wants to leverage industry systems to get a jump on digital engineering

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Tell the hard-working feds in your life 'thank you'

Throughout the month of May, Federal News Network wants to show federal employees and contractors how much we appreciate their dedication to us all. You can, too! Send a personalized e-card to the folks who have exemplified public service during this unprecedented and trying time.

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'Don't fear hackers, hire them.'

The latest ransomware attack on Colonial Pipeline has some panicked Americans hoarding gasoline in plastic bags, leaving many to wonder how vulnerable U.S. companies and government entities are.

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CISA looking to use new personnel system to hire more cyber workers

In today’s Federal Newscast, the much-anticipated Cyber Talent Management System at the Department of Homeland Security may finally be ready.

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Appeals court rules in favor of VA whistleblower involving multiple agencies

Had the outcome gone differently, the case could have had potentially precedential consequences for federal employees, according to the Office of Special Counsel.

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What the pandemic-driven increase in IT complexity means for federal agencies

Of all the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, perhaps the least surprising is that it increased IT complexity for federal agencies.

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New Army technology could be a gamechanger for heavily bleeding injuries

The Army Research Laboratory is using a mature small business innovative research contract to expand its work on StatBond, a product created by Vanderbilt University and Hybrid Plastics.

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Federal CIO Martorana: $1B TMF lets agencies ‘apply for projects that previously were out of their reach’

Federal CIO Clare Martorana told Federal News Network that the TMF board will receive additional resources to review proposals if necessary.

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House committee moves ahead with USPS reform bill DeJoy approves

The committee will markup the 2021 Postal Service Reform Act in a meeting this Thursday. Committee Chairwoman Carolyn Maloney (D-N.Y.) previewed her bill at a hearing in February, and got Postmaster General Louis DeJoy’s feedback on some of its key points. 

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HHS digital investigators connect with cloud to manage ever-growing data for legal cases

The Digital Investigations Branch in HHS’ Office of Inspector General has a team of highly skilled digital investigators to collect and analyze electronically stored information to support criminal investigations.

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Missing military tenant bill of rights provisions to be finished next month

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A big appetite for armed forces around the world might be hurting military readiness

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Navy wants to leverage industry systems to get a jump on digital engineering

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USPS fills leadership ranks with new deputy postmaster general, 2 board members

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Missing military tenant bill of rights provisions to be finished next month

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USPS fills leadership ranks with new deputy postmaster general, 2 board members

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HHS digital investigators connect with cloud to manage ever-growing data for legal cases

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