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TSP returns, investors, stocks

TSP returns for February bring investors mostly positive news

Thrift Savings Plan returns remained mostly positive in February, with only one fund posting negative returns.

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IRS Werfe

IRS puts 125,000 high-income individuals not filing tax returns on notice, to recoup millions owed

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AI & Data Exchange 2024: Sen. Mark Warner on creating AI guardrails

Virginia senator sees AI’s value but expresses concern about potential harm to federal programs, elections and financial markets without the right guardrails. Watch the interview with Federal News Network's Tom Temin.

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Federal News Network’s AI & Data Exchange is on demand!

Federal News Network’s AI & Data Exchange is on demand!

Federal News Network sat down with government and industry experts to discuss insights, challenges and progress on AI work in government agencies.

Watch the sessions you missed and read further insights from Federal News Network reporters on demand.

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Derace LauderdaleThe 85 percent: FEBs burst the D.C. bubble

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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OPM’s 12 plays to improve the federal workforce

Agencies can implement OPM’s new playbook to improve how they recruit, retain and manage their federal workforces today and in the future.

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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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TSA HISP Interview

TSA sees higher passenger satisfaction scores as ‘huge testament’ to frontline workforce

TSA is focused on improving its customer experience, at a time when it’s seeing a record volume of interactions with the public.

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Space ground tracking program to reach key milestone

A program to develop satellites capable of tracking moving targets on the ground nears a key milestone, but might be delayed due to budget uncertainty.

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Mailboxes are seen in Annapolis, Md., Tuesday, Aug. 18, 2020. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)

Federal court sends USPS police jurisdiction case back to arbitrator

A long-running legal dispute between USPS and the union that represents its postal police force heads back to a third-party arbitrator to settle the issue.

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Industry Exchange Cyber: Why to embrace autonomous endpoint management

Is autonomous endpoint cyber management possible? Yes, if you tap the right data. It makes network use at the edge more secure and lets cyber teams focus on complex tasks rather than mundane demands like patching, explains Tanium’s Sam Kinch.

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Shefali KapadiaBob Leins of the National Institute of Transition Planning
Bob Leins of the National Institute of Transition Planning

We say goodbye to a trusted voice for federal retirees and those who will retire some day

For a couple of decades, the For Your Benefit show has aired here on Federal News Network. Host Bob Leins broadcast his final show this past Monday.

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Biden AI

Industry group's ideas for setting artificial intelligence standards

The Biden administration’s executive order on artificial intelligence handed an assignment to the National Institute of Standards and Technology.

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AI Data Exchange DARPA Kathleen Fisher

AI & Data Exchange 2024: DARPA’s Kathleen Fisher on prepping for AI’s future through high-risk, high-reward research

DARPA is laying the groundwork for AI’s future by tackling high-risk, high-reward research into emerging technologies — often in cases with national security.

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Federal employee whistleblower complaints to OSC fall by nearly half over 5 years

During the same time, OSC saw a more than 40% drop in the number of complaints of prohibited personnel practices, such as whistleblower retaliation complaints.

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Defense News

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For DoD financial management systems, a not-so-pretty picture

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army recruiting

Army cutting empty posts in major force structure transformation

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Pay & Benefits

TSP returns, investors, stocks

TSP returns for February bring investors mostly positive news

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Bob Leins of the National Institute of Transition Planning

We say goodbye to a trusted voice for federal retirees and those who will retire some day

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Technology

login.gov, facial recognition, GSA

Login.gov set to embrace facial recognition technology – How GSA and users can mitigate risks

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Workforce

IRS Werfe

IRS puts 125,000 high-income individuals not filing tax returns on notice, to recoup millions owed

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