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Under recent executive order, federal employees must now show proof of vaccination

The Biden administration’s vaccine mandate for federal employees applies to those who are teleworking, the Safer Federal Workforce Task Force said Thursday. The task force’s latest guidance also appears to allow agencies to require vaccines for contractors earlier than a recent executive order described.

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Bureau of the Fiscal Service seeks to issue nearly all payments electronically by 2030

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USDA Chief Data Officer Ted Kaouk moving to OPM in October

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USPS says vaccination, testing requirements subject to 'mandatory' union negotiations

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Legacy financial management federal providers must define their roles in new approach

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Federal News Network's Cloud Exchange

Federal News Network led a discussion among civilian agency technology executives to break down the current and future impact of cloud services on their mission areas.

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Diverse federal workforce key to embedding equity in agency public service, OMB says

Federal agencies are simultaneously assessing the state of diversity, equity, inclusion and accessibility inside their own workforces and in the external services they provide to the public. The Biden administration says that’s by design.

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DIU's newest office is off and running investing in hardware innovations

The office is hoping to convince Congress for at least $75 million in 2022.

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Vaccination rates vary inside VA as mandate expands to broader federal workforce

About 72% of the Veterans Health Administration workforce is fully or partially vaccinated, VA Secretary Denis McDonough told reporters Wednesday. Those employees who fail to comply will be subject to progressive discipline, which their supervisors will apply.

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ThunderCat is agencies’ “easy button” for migrating workloads to AWS through VMware

As agencies move to the cloud in record numbers, they may be overlooking an “easy button” that will allow them to migrate workloads from on-premise environments into the cloud with the same tooling, engineering staff and resources. And the best part is most of them are already very familiar with the interface, meaning they can leverage existing skillsets to accomplish it.

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New GEOINT strategy will direct agencies to look at commercial services first

The NGA is trying to flip the script on how U.S. spy agencies consider geospatial intelligence sources.

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Biden administration sets November deadline for federal employee vaccine mandate

Testing requirements will stay in place for most unvaccinated onsite contractors until agencies can sort through the contractual paperwork, the Biden administration said Monday.

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Vendor on USPS vehicle contract shortlist ends bid protest over award

Workhorse Group, an electric vehicle company on the Postal Service’s shortlist to manufacture its next-generation delivery vehicle fleet, is ending its legal battle against USPS and contract award recipient Oshkosh Defense.

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Where does waste, fraud and abuse in the military stand after Afghanistan?

A new report says defense companies are reaping the benefits from building an ever-growing military system.

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DIU’s newest office is off and running investing in hardware innovations

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A contractor learns, if you’re going to price high, price really, really high

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New GEOINT strategy will direct agencies to look at commercial services first

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Where does waste, fraud and abuse in the military stand after Afghanistan?

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USDA Chief Data Officer Ted Kaouk moving to OPM in October

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