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A few recommendations from federal health experts ahead of this year’s open season

Before health premium rates increase by an average of 8.7% in 2023, some health care experts tell FEHB enrollees to double-check their plans during open season, which runs Nov. 14 through Dec. 12.

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Navy's innovation hub preps three new ideas to attract, fund small innovators

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Federal employees will pay 8.7% more, on average, toward 2023 health premiums

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After Log4j and SolarWinds, CISA tells agencies to routinely scan networks for devices, potential bugs

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Final Your Turn episode to pay tribute to Mike Causey

Join us Wednesday at 10 am for the final Your Turn with Mike Causey show. It’s a special tribute to Mike, who passed away last week, hosted by Federal Drive anchor Tom Temin and executive editor Jason Miller.

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USDA employee Sarah Wiener and her dog Kuma, who was named the Grand “FFF Cutest DMV Pet” Winner, lead a group of federal employees on a walk for the Sept. 29 FedsWISH event. Photo courtesy of USDA.

Hundreds of employees join Feds Feed Families event aiming to end hunger, encourage healthy behavior

During the Feds Feed Families campaign this year, federal employees so far donated more than 7 million pounds of food, and counting.

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Biden signs continuing resolution into law averting government shutdown, FDA furloughs

The bill funds the federal government through Dec. 16 and gives Congress more time to work out a comprehensive spending package for the rest of fiscal 2023.

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As data fabric comes together, Army must ensure platforms integrate

Dr. David Markowitz, the Army’s chief data officer, said a streamlined and unified approach to the data platforms the service uses will enable senior leaders to make better, faster decisions.

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Navy’s digital transformation building blocks to bring agility, lethality

Kelly McCool, the director of the Digital Warfare Office for the Navy N9, said the initial DevSecOps capability under Project Overmatch will go to the first fleet in 2023.

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Now that it has a quorum, a progress report from the Merit Systems Protection Board

After several years of vacancy, the Merit Systems Protection Board has its full complement of three members,

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TSP funds lose more ground in September

TSP returns are down almost entirely across the board for the month of September.

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A conversation with Catherine Emerson, the Justice Department's deputy assistant attorney general and chief human capital officer

A human resources officer at the Justice Department explained some of the current federal HR challenges, including ensuring employees have the technology they need.

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Federal contractors are already thinking about December 16, when the continuing resolution expires

Contractors are nervous about the continuing resolution the government is operating under since Saturday

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Defense News

Navy’s innovation hub preps three new ideas to attract, fund small innovators

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The long and twisted story of the biggest crook in Navy history

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Stephanie Miller

Several military branches poised to miss recruitment targets for fiscal 2022

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Pay & Benefits

federal employee, work, stress, health, retirement

A few recommendations from federal health experts ahead of this year’s open season

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Federal employees will pay 8.7% more, on average, toward 2023 health premiums

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Income plays a role in participants’ likeliness to change TSP contributions, FRTIB finds

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Technology

After Log4j and SolarWinds, CISA tells agencies to routinely scan networks for devices, potential bugs

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Workforce

federal employee, work, stress, health, retirement

A few recommendations from federal health experts ahead of this year’s open season

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A conversation with Catherine Emerson, the Justice Department’s deputy assistant attorney general and chief human capital officer

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