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Without full year budget, Navy to face $40B shortfall

Russell Rumbaugh, the Navy’s comptroller, said the financial management modernization effort could be delayed if the 2024 budget is reduced or cut.

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Navy's new council aims to mitigate foreign investment risks

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VHA tells leaders to rescind job offers only as a ‘last resort’ to manage size of health care workforce

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The 85 percent: OPM’s DeGraff aims to realign FEBs with new initiative

OPM's Kelly DeGraff shares an inside view of what's happening with Federal Executive Boards across the country, and what's in store for them in future.

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The 85 percent: FEBs burst the D.C. bubble

Federal Executive Boards, which have been in operation since 1961, each represent roughly 140 different agencies and components. In 28 different locations across the country, boards of senior leaders in government collaborate to discuss goals…

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For FEBs, getting some distance from DC is a good thing

Across the country, leaders of Federal Executive Boards (FEBs) say there are certain comforts of being a bit removed from the beltway.

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Navy seeks to break its buy, replace technology model

One of Jennifer Edgin’s, the Navy’s assistant deputy chief of naval operations for information warfare, goals is to ensure technology is onboarded quickly and is always modernized.

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Central Command to release new data strategy

CENTCOM is paving its own data narrative with a new strategy while moving closer to Combined Joint All-Domain Command and Control.

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HUD cracks down on old-fashioned corruption, flourishing in NYCHA

Dozens of current and former employees of the New York City Housing Authority were arrested earlier this month, slapped with federal charges of bribery and extortion for taking kickbacks from companies getting housing-development contracts. The Housing and Urban Development’s Office of Inspector General (HUD IG) helped conduct the multi-agency investigation leading to the charges.

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The journey of HHS transforming to zero trust

HHS is moving toward a zero trust architecture, collecting information on where it may be vulnerable and refining its approach.

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Military Family, Military Spouse

Military spouses tell what life is like in the world of active duty

The Pentagon keeps tabs on the status and attitudes of military spouses. Its biannual survey asks about satisfaction with military life, finances, employment and a list of other factors.

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How the administration could deal with the Texas National Guard

Can the federal government resolve a long-running dispute with the Texas National Guard. And if it could, should it? The Guard, under Gov. Greg Abbott, has been running its own border-protection operation, at times keeping Customs and Border Protection out of the way.

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AT&T's network is having problems: What you should know while navigating a phone service outage

Customers of AT&T, the country’s largest wireless provider, are reporting widespread outages. AT&T urged customers to connect to Wi-Fi to use their phones.

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CISA, Microsoft unveil progress on free logging capabilities for federal agencies

CISA says the free logging will make it easier for agencies to identify and address cyber incidents.

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Defense News

Carlos Del Toro

Navy’s new council aims to mitigate foreign investment risks

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Pay & Benefits

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Are federal employees headed for another big raise next year?

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AFGE government funding rally

AFGE rallies for 7.4% federal employee pay raise, spending deal to avoid government shutdown  

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Spokane VA Medical Center

Special salary rate gives VHA ‘more robust,’ longer-term tools to hire and keep HR staff

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Technology

Navy

Without full year budget, Navy to face $40B shortfall

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Workforce

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VHA tells leaders to rescind job offers only as a ‘last resort’ to manage size of health care workforce

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