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Social Security’s ‘Evil Twins’ are on House calendar for first time, for a possible first-ever vote

In today’s Federal Newscast: Social Security’s “Evil Twins” may actually get their first House vote. Federal employees are less satisfied with their pay,…

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Getty Images/iStockphoto/Kiyoshi TannoWashington DC/USA Mar 25 2019/Signboard of United States Department of Veterans Affairs(VA).The VA stands in front of Lafayette Square Park in the north of the White House.

2 former VA employees plead guilty to embezzling nearly $3 million from the agency

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Pentagon continues to face challenges responding to cyber attacks on military networks

In today’s Federal Newscast: The Pentagon continues to face challenges in responding to cyber-attacks on military networks. Agencies may get some help…

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Linda Glenn

Air Force, Space Force offer day off for servicemembers to get bivalent booster shot

In today’s Federal Newscast: The Air Force and Space Force are offering a day off for servicemembers to get the latest shot. Three agencies are teaming…

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FILE- In this March 2, 2018, file photo, passengers stand in line as they wait to pass through a TSA security checkpoint at JFK International Airport in New York. If time is money, find out whether your credit card will reimburse you the application fee for TSA PreCheck or Global Entry programs. These programs can offer faster clearance through airport screening, and some cards offer application credits of up to $100. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan, File)

GAO: New TSA screening technology is discriminating at airports

In today’s Federal Newscast: It looks like the TSA has a screening machine that discriminates. The hiring surge at the Internal Revenue Service continues. And the Defense Department has a new chief of defense industrial base cybersecurity.

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