The dedication of our federal workforce and government contractors has been undeterred at every stage of this latest crisis. Join Federal News Network throughout the month of May for our 2nd annual “May We Say Thank You” e-card campaign to recognize the federal and contract workforce.
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For 31 days in May, you proved your thankfulness to the men and women – civilians and uniformed service members – who serve the country.
During Public Service Recognition Week (May 5-11) and May’s National Military Appreciation Month, let’s make the time to understand and appreciate the achievements of the men and women who dedicate their lives to service.
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Federal News Radio launches AskTheCIO.com, which features robust insight as to how CIOs in the federal government deal with legacy modernization to cloud computing to cybersecurity.
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Editor-in-Chief Lisa Wolfe flips back the calendar to 2000, when Federal News Radio debuted as the first internet radio station.
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