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Kiran Ahuja, Office of Personnel Management Director. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

Kiran Ahuja stepping down as OPM director

OPM Director Kiran Ahuja is stepping down from her role in early May. Once the position is vacant, Deputy Director Rob Shriver will step in as acting director.

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modernizing congress

White House-backed bill to preserve pandemic fraud analytics tools introduced in House

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COVID-19 booster shots

Feds can still take administrative leave to get COVID-19 booster shots

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Small business, SBA, contracting

GOP senators seek IG review to see if SBA office space remains underutilized

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With ‘spying bosses’ on the rise, where do federal agencies stand on employee monitoring?

One federal office has turned to employee monitoring technology in recent years, and it's led to a major rift between workers and management.

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Register for Federal News Network's 2024 CX Exchange

Register for Federal News Network's 2024 CX Exchange

Over the last three years, customer experience went from buzzword to reality. What’s next? How are agencies elevating the total experience, both for the public and for federal employees?

Join us for the Federal News Network CX Exchange, an exclusive two-day event April 23 and 24.

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Everything you need to know about the 2025 budget request

President Joe Biden sent his 2025 budget request to Congress. Federal News Network has the numbers and analysis to know what's most important to your job.

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Federal News Network's New Hire Guide

Federal News Network's New Hire Guide

New to civil service? We created this guide to provide insights and pointers to first-time feds. Be inspired by careerists and also get pointers to make the transition to your new job as smooth as possible. (Pssst: It includes health and life insurance cheat sheets too!)

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Amelia Brust/Federal News NetworkFederal Acquisition, GSA

Army has burned the software development bridges behind them

Margaret Boatner, deputy assistant secretary of the Army for strategy and acquisition reform, said new approaches to buying software already are paying off.

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DHA

DHA, AFGE cement workplace policies for 38K DoD health employees

For the first time ever, a new bargaining agreement between DHA and AFGE outlines cohesive policies on leave, work hours, official time, telework and much more.

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HHS proves NOFOs can be less complex, easier for applicants

OMB updated the Uniform Grants Guidance for the first time since 2020 with a new template for NOFOs to help agencies reduce the burden on grantees.

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How agencies can use secure enterprise messaging, collaboration apps to meet security, compliance requirements

“Having the ability to securely communicate and share information is fast becoming a top priority for federal agencies," said Mike Lentine of AWS.

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Vince Micone

Generosity snapshot of local federal employees

The Combined Federal Campaign wrapped up its annual effort with a Finale & Awards Ceremony. It signifies another year of volunteering for charitable causes.

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Medicare

One prescription for runaway Medicare costs

Medicare spending is among the top drivers of the nation’s expanding debt. It’s not the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to set policy, It’s Congress.

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protests, Acquisition, Contracts, procurement

How legislators could make things a little easier for those companies working with the government

As the second quarter of 2024 begins, there is a lot on the horizon for those who do business with the government.

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CISA’s Connelly leaving federal service

Sean Connelly, the senior cybersecurity architect and TIC program manager for CISA, is joining Zscaler to work on international zero trust efforts.

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Defense News

Pay & Benefits

COVID-19 booster shots

Feds can still take administrative leave to get COVID-19 booster shots

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OPM retirement numbers

OPM retirement backlog continues improvement in processed claims for March

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Veterans Homeless Grants

VA reviewing 4,000 positions at risk of pay downgrade

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Technology

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The open standard that is unlocking zero trust collaboration with allies

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modernizing congress

White House-backed bill to preserve pandemic fraud analytics tools introduced in House

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Workforce

COVID-19 booster shots

Feds can still take administrative leave to get COVID-19 booster shots

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