Who should be exempted by their employers from a vaccine mandate? In the case of active duty military members, it's not so clear.
In today's Federal Newscast, we get a look at just how many COVID-19 vaccine exemptions the military is allowing.
While they are supposed to takeover some menial tasks and do some jobs better than actual employees, DoD personnel leadership doesn’t see it making an impact on how many civilian workers the Pentagon maintains. At least not yet.
In the last year, the Army said its "People Strategy" led to major gains in recognizing the value of its civilian workforce, spurring recruitment and career development.
As choices are examined and strategies perfected about Cloud Migration in the greater National Capital Region, one of the many federal-government spaces where important decisions are being executed is within the office of the Army CIO.
Spending on professional services has been steadily increasing every year.
The Senate Appropriations Committee unveiled a nearly $726 billion budget for the Defense Department in 2022, putting most of the extra funds in the procurement of new aircraft and ships.
Federal Drive with Tom Temin caught up with the commander of the soldiers who guard the Tomb of the Unknown, 1st Lt. Andrew Katz at the Association of the U.S. Army Conference in Washington last week.
The program is a partnership between the Army and Microsoft.
The Army also has completed the establishment of a national chain of what it calls MDRS's - Modernization, displacement and repair sites.
Federal Drive with Tom Temin caught up with the deputy commander of the Army's installations management command, Maj. Gen. Omar Jones.
The Army's Health Promotion and Wellness Directorate is building out capacity to ensure that each occupant of a uniform is at their best. Federal Drive with Tom Temin spoke with the Health Promotion and Wellness Director, Laura Mitvalsky.
Forthcoming strategy looks beyond IT modernization, takes multiyear approach to also reform IT policies and personnel practices.
The 18th Airborne is using an effort called Project Ridgway to train and educate soldiers on data and cloud platforms. The hope is that an AI-enabled workforce will be versed enough to use new technologies faster.