In today's Federal Newscast: USAID has put a policy in place to limit telework. Congress moves to reduce employment barriers for military spouses when a service member receives relocation orders. And the intelligence community gets new hiring incentives.
The intelligence community is grappling, like many industries and society at large, with rapid advances in large language models and generative artificial intelligence over the past nine months
The Pentagon is taking steps to tighten access to classified info and share more information about security clearance holders across the department in the wake of the Discord leaks.
In today's Federal Newscast, lawmakers are again trying to change how marijuana use factors into a security clearance decision.
A pair of bills sponsored by four senior Senate Intelligence Committee members seek to add more governance, training and accountability to the government's security classification system.
Many young people are confused about whether past marijuana use prevents them from getting a security clearance. And others say they wouldn't stop using to obtain a clearance.
After 21-year-old Jack Teixeira was arrested for allegedly leaking classified info, the Pentagon is looking at what it can do to prevent similar situations in the future.
In today's Federal Newscast, U.S. intelligence officers have new restrictions on working for foreign governments when they retire.
The new goals for positions requiring a security clearance or a public trust determination would drastically cut down the time it takes to onboard individuals.
Salaries for cleared workers rose an average of 7% last year, and remote work opportunities are also on the rise.
Intelligence agencies are increasingly turning to OTAs to acquire capabilities in areas like artificial intelligence.
The Technology Modernization Fund is making three cybersecurity-related investments in the Social Security Administration, the Treasury Department and the U.S. Agency for Global Media.
In today's Federal Newscast: Powerful Virginia lawmakers, of all stripes, are making a final pitch to land the new FBI HQ in their state. Some GOP Congressmen are asking FEMA's top manager about COVID-related decisions. And OPM has selected finalists for the Presidential Management Fellows Program.
In today's Federal Newscast, the State Department outlines how employees suffering from so-called Havana Syndrome can qualify for compensation.