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DoD takes large step in changing operations, business for a world affected by climate change

The Pentagon will change the way it trains and equips troops and require some emissions transparency from contractors.

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New artificial intelligence initiatives, Buy American increase advancing in House NDAA

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AP Photo/Manuel Balce CenetaFILE - In this Feb. 25, 2015 file photo, the Homeland Security Department headquarters in northwest Washington. President Joe Biden has selected two former senior National Security Agency officials for key cyber roles in his administration.  Chris Inglis, a former NSA deputy director, is being nominated as the government's first national cyber director. Jen Easterly, a former deputy for counterterrorism at the NSA, has been tapped to run the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency at the Department of Homeland Security. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta, File)

CISA looks to tie together public-private partnerships through new cyber planning office

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Warner says Senate committee working on bill to require mandatory reporting for cyber threats

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State Department cyber diplomacy bill seeks to fill ‘missing piece’ in interagency defense

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DHS launching 60-day cyber sprints ahead of upcoming executive order

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Opportunity to reskill federal workforce for AI jobs ‘underutilized,’ panel warns Congress

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Congress’ newest subcommittee is focusing on cyber troops and JEDI

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Congress finishes up NDAA, Trump still threatening veto

The president says he wants to veto the bill over old protections for tech companies and renaming military bases.

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Long-term telework seen as key to retaining feds with disabilities

In a moment of reinvention in the federal workforce, the coronavirus pandemic has opened the door to improving how agencies recruit and retain employees…

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White House objects to Senate security clearance reforms

The White House says a new agency-level appeals process for clearance denials could expose classified information, increase processing time.

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