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Moshe Schwartz, president of Etherton and Associates, dug deeper into the three pillars that make up national security, and how the COVID-19 pandemic and inflation have reshaped our nation’s thinking about them.
Pregnant service members will need permission from commanders to take leave to get medical care.
The key ingredient in any successful business is a talented and productive workforce. The talent a company acquires and retains is vital to the company’s success. Employees are rethinking their professional values and are faced with uncertainties regarding their personal health, wellbeing and job stability.
In today's Federal Newscast, a bill passes the House giving federal workers who get injured on the job better access to workers' compensation.
For hackers, internet-connected medical devices have become an attractive target more vulnerabilities that stay unpatched compared to computers.
In today's Federal Newscast, National Guard members on state duty can now unionize, thanks to a new Justice Department agreement.
The Biden administration has repeatedly called for equity considerations to be incorporated into new policies or programs, and more federal leaders are grasping what that means for their particular agencies.
In today's Federal Newscast, veterans are suing the Army for refusing to give soldiers with alcohol and drug addictions honorable discharges.
The new Army directive brings together a group of decentralized policies and adds six new ones for soldiers.
Some 28 million people on Medicare used telehealth in the first year of the pandemic, according to the Department of Health and Human Services.
About 30,000 active duty service members in the last 20 years have died by suicide. Now DARPA seeks to prevent this by working upstream from conscious thoughts.
The Air Force suggests reaching out to military health clinics and on-base legal advisors.
Omnibus bill adds more than $1 billion in facility upkeep funding, an area DoD has knowingly neglected in its budgets for at least a decade.
On orders from Congress, the Department of Veterans Affairs has been doing a detailed study of nearly 100 health care markets nationwide.