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NGA settles lawsuit Jewish applicant filed over Saturday-only job testing

NGA has settled a religious discrimination lawsuit, over claims it gave a Jewish applicant only Saturdays to complete steps in the hiring process.

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Pentagon Chief Cancer Explainer

Insight into the weird situation of the hospitalized Defense Secretary

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This Feb. 27, 2018, photo shows electronics for use in a quantum computer in the quantum computing lab at the IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center in Yorktown Heights, N.Y. Describing the inner workings of a quantum computer isn’t easy, even for top scholars. That’s because the machines process information at the scale of elementary particles such as electrons and photons, where different laws of physics apply. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)

On the human capital front, quantum computing is easier said than done

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New decision advantage tool will change how Air Force makes investment decisions

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How upskilling analysts with AI is meeting 4 key DoD data modernization challenges

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Defense Department’s Replicator program must increase its speed

The Defense Department will need to pick up the pace and look for funding for Replicator if it wants to utilize the innovations and advantages of the program…

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DoD adjusts childcare fees, gives military families financial boost

In today’s Federal Newscast: The Defense Department has adjusted childcare fees to give military families a financial boost. The Veterans Affairs Department…

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Military Vaccines

DoD and industry need relationship counseling

For more than 15 years, the number of companies working with the Department of Defense has been declining — and the trend has continued in recent years. Recent analysis suggests DoD has lost more than 25% of its contractors over the past decade.

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