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FILE - In this March 26, 2021, file photo a member of the Philadelphia Fire Department prepares a dose of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine at a vaccination site setup in Philadelphia. Religious objections, once used only sparingly around the country to get exempted from various required vaccines, are becoming a much more widely used loophole against the COVID-19 shot. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke, File)

Federal contractor forecast: Cloudy with a chance of needles

For contractors and feds alike, the waiting for final COVID rules and protocols is as bad as what the rules might be.

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Bipartisan infrastructure framework can’t forget cybersecurity

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Disincentivizing ransomware criminals across the federal government

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TSP roadmap: When (if ever) should you play it ‘safe?’

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Reimagining the future of the public sector with modernized infrastructure

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Stuck under the dreaded federal pay ceiling? Here’s what to look for

The Biden administration is planning on an average 2.7% federal pay raise for most civilian employees in 2022, but for many seasoned feds, next year’s…

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Is your life’s work a futility?

Maybe the mission ended or didn’t work out, but don’t say those who worked in Afghanistan worked in futility.

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Teleworking here to stay: What’s in it for you?

Mike Causey asked a couple of dozen faithful readers the same question: What about the office of the future from your standpoint? 

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