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

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

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

The latest “go-live” for MHS Genesis installations nearly doubled the system’s footprint in a single day. It stands at 42,000 active users.

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DHS on hunt for next generation of facial recognition technology

A facial recognition showcase in September will give the Department of Homeland Security a peek into the private sector’s latest biotechnology innovations.

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Biden to return diverted border wall money, spend down rest

Former President Donald Trump’s signature border wall project would lose much of its funding as well as the fast-track status that enabled it to bypass environmental regulations under a new Biden administration plan

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Serverless computing goes open source to meet the customer where they are

Serverless computing is having a moment. Although it’s been around for several years, recent shifts away from proprietary models toward open source have built momentum.

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What large organizations learned about soldiering on through the pandemic

Having the right technologies in place ensured continuity for the government. To figure out what industry and government learned, Microsoft commissioned a study by the Economist Intelligence Unit.

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VA driving data integration to gain better outcomes for veterans

As Veterans Affairs moves closer to completing its 12-week review of its electronic health record initiative, it’s clear data will drive the path forward.

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Biden's cyber nominees promise 'coherence' among agencies to prevent future breaches

Three of the Biden administration’s leading nominees for IT and cyber positions say they’ll work from the same playbook to prevent and respond to cyber attacks.

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OPM signs off on new flexibility designed to rehire former employees at higher grade levels

The Office of Personnel Management finalized a new policy that allows agencies to rehire former federal employees at a higher grade level than when they left government.

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Defense News

This researcher is discovering what the Navy can learn from sharks

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

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Pay & Benefits

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

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Technology

This researcher is discovering what the Navy can learn from sharks

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Workforce

What large organizations learned about soldiering on through the pandemic

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For federal agencies, the Biden budget proposal is like a lottery nearly everyone wins

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