(Courtesy of University of Maryland School of Medicine via AP)FILE - This May 4, 2020, file photo provided by the University of Maryland School of Medicine, shows the first patient enrolled in Pfizer's COVID-19 coronavirus vaccine clinical trial at the University of Maryland School of Medicine in Baltimore.  Pfizer and BioNTech say they've won permission Wednesday, Dec. 2, 2020, for emergency use of their COVID-19 vaccine in Britain, the world’s first coronavirus shot that’s backed by rigorous science -- and a major step toward eventually ending the pandemic. (Courtesy of University of Maryland School of Medicine via AP, File)

DoD preparing to roll out vaccine, prioritizing what service members will get shots first

Health care workers and strategic troops will get the shot first, but distribution is still weeks away.

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VA-led research effort shows how medical devices can have well-known seal of approval

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More cybersecurity gaps popping up in medical devices

New cybersecurity holes in medical devices have the attention of two agencies: The Food and Drug Administration and the Department of Homeland Security.

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Senate Dems concerned with EPA’s handling of contract negotiations with AFGE

In today’s Federal Newscast, over 40 Senate Democrats express opposition to how the Environmental Protection Agency is handling its collective bargaining…

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DC delegate wants federal employees to have short-term disability insurance, for a fee

In today’s Federal Newscast, D.C. Delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC) introduces a bill to give federal employees short-term disability insurance, even if it means they’ll have to pay for it.

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