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CBP has put money towards catching forced labor products; now it needs manpower

In today’s Federal Newscast, while the Homeland Security Department dedicated more resources to stopping goods made by forced labor from entering the country,…

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Pentagon loses two bid protests that challenged $7 billion moving contract

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GAO developing secure file transfer capability to share sensitive data during pandemic

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Government Accountability OfficeSBA

GAO takes on auditing the auditing of how SBA handled PPP checks

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(U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Sara Hoerichs)Maj. Philip Becker, 8th Airlift Squadron pilot, left, works with 62nd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron Airmen to complete preflight checks at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Wash., Aug. 6, 2020. The flight was part of Exercise Long Hammer/Rainier War, a week-long exercise designed to evaluate Team McChord’s ability to conduct airlift operations while complying with real-world COVID-19 pandemic countermeasures. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Sara Hoerichs)

DoD puts down serious money on 5G experimentation

The Defense Department is putting $600 million into 5G in five new military installations.

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Charles Rettig

Pandemic workload brought IRS to the limit of doing more with less

The agency for much of this year has balanced conducting an extended tax filing season with sending more than 160 million payments worth $270 billion in…

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New State Dept. bureau will handle international cybersecurity issues

The State Department has been working to establish a new cybersecurity bureau to work with other agencies. Only it hasn’t exactly told them what it’s up to and that could lead to all sorts of problems.

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