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

Republicans on the Senate Small Business and Entrepreneurship Committee are calling for a watchdog review of SBA’s office space use.

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DHA

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

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Cybersecurity Microsoft

CISA directs agencies to investigate if Russian hackers stole Microsoft account details

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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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On Demand: Federal News Network's 2024 DoD Cloud Exchange

On Demand: Federal News Network's 2024 DoD Cloud Exchange

Missed the DoD Cloud Exchange? Each session is now available on demand!

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Amelia Brust/FNNEverything you need to know about the 2025 budget request

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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New FBI headquarters will take more than a decade to build, as agency struggles with ‘obsolete’ space

The General Services Administration expects to begin construction on a new FBI headquarters in 2029, and have FBI employees working there by 2036.

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Artificial Intelligence

Plan for AI to handle tax-return preparation

Millions of Americans are sweating over one of the most intrusive processes known to mankind. The IRS is in high gear as it prepares to process tax returns.

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U.S. Navy, Project Overmatch

Project Overmatch ahead of schedule, Navy says

Project Overmatch delivery continues to be ahead of schedule. “As far as the exact numbers – it’s more than strike groups,” said Rear Adm. Douglas Small.

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DoD Cloud Exchange: Splunk’s LaLisha Hunt on evolving from adoption to transformation

Cloud transformation starts with having buy-in from all stakeholders, says Splunk’s LaLisha Hunt. The ultimate goal? Achieving digital resilience, which makes cyber a primary focus early on as well.

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U.S. Army Reserve Sgt. 1st Class Jena McKinny and Sgt. Keila Orozco, human resources NCOs from the 350th Human Resources Company headquartered in Grand Prairie, Texas, receive training on the Defense Joint Military Pay System at Fort McCoy, Wisconsin.
U.S. Army Reserve Sgt. 1st Class Jena McKinny and Sgt. Keila Orozco, human resources NCOs from the 350th Human Resources Company headquartered in Grand Prairie, Texas, receive training on the Defense Joint Military Pay System at Fort McCoy, Wisconsin, as a part of Diamond Saber 2019, June 18, 2019. Diamond Saber is the U.S. Army's largest multi-component finance exercise, which simulates the conditions Soldiers will encounter when they deploy and incorporates real-world tasks into the training day. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Maj. Brandon R. Mace)

Army considering cuts to education programs

Army officials are considering cuts to the Army Credentialing Assistance program and the tuition assistance program.

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Military AIs Challenge

Pentagon looks to standardize its relationship with space companies

A new strategy from the Defense Department outlines how the agency plans to sync up its interests with the commercial space companies, it works with.

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hiring

New skills-based hiring bill turns to federal contractors

The bipartisan ACCESS Act, if enacted, would remove college degree requirements from jobs in the federal contracting space.

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Veterans Homeless Grants

VA reviewing 4,000 positions at risk of pay downgrade

VA positions under review include a mix of white-collar General Schedule (GS) and blue-collar Wage Grade (WG) positions.

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Defense News

University of South Florida

DoD gets partner from academia to help tackle complex problems

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Pay & Benefits

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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Thrift Savings Plan (TSP)

Three good reasons to save toward TSP-millionaire status

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Technology

Cybersecurity Microsoft

CISA directs agencies to investigate if Russian hackers stole Microsoft account details

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Workforce

DHA

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

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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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Cybersecurity Microsoft

CISA directs agencies to investigate if Russian hackers stole Microsoft account details

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