Intelligence and National Security Alliance

She’s retired from government, but not from national security

For long-serving federal executives, retirement from government is merely a gateway to a next phase. A case in point is Letitia Long, who retired back…

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WeWork for spies? Industry group pushes for classified co-working spaces

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Intelligence agencies must transform acquisition

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New clearance ideas aim to make national security workforce more mobile, diverse

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New vetting guidelines set to advance security clearance reform ideas

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As the intelligence community returns to work, employees confront new anxieties

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Could the pandemic force the intelligence community to reconsider workplace flexibilities?

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Vendors who can’t work due to coronavirus asking for more clarity, consistency

OMB released much-anticipated guidance giving agencies important direction for how they should implement the provision in the stimulus bill that lets agencies…

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Telework cybersecurity guidance could be on the way

In today’s Federal Newscast, a huddle between agencies may yield new cybersecurity guidance for teleworking federal employees.

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Telework during a coronavirus outbreak? Not usually an option for classified federal workers

In the event secure, classified federal facilities must close due to a coronavirus outbreak, federal employees and contractors should continue to get paid, the Intelligence and National Security Alliance said Tuesday.

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