Smart disabled coder sitting in wheelchair and using computers while working from home

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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AI commission says DoD needs to embrace immigrants, bolster infrastructure to stay ahead

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Lawmakers cautiously optimistic about creation of national cyber director

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JAIC says its organizational structure is working, Congress isn’t so sure

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FILE - In this Aug. 15, 2019, file photo, marijuana grows at an indoor cannabis farm in Gardena, Calif. Laws legalizing recreational marijuana may lead to more traffic deaths, two new studies suggest, although questions remain about how they might influence driving habits. Previous research has had mixed results and the new studies, published Monday, June 22, 2020, in JAMA Internal Medicine, can’t prove that the traffic death increases they found were caused by marijuana use. (AP Photo/Richard Vogel, File)

Marijuana, climate and civilian employment: Need-to-know amendments from the House NDAA

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How to finally end the debate over why, how much to invest in cybersecurity

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House, Senate lawmakers disagree over the need for White House involvement in JEDI

Four members of the House Armed Services Committee wrote to President Donald Trump that any further delays to the cloud procurement known as JEDI would…

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Sgt. Bryanna Poulin 25th Combat Aviation Brigade Public AffairsDuring the Combat Lifesaver Course (CLS) held at Wheeler Army Airfield, students must react to medical emergencies in a combat situation. Spc. Jessica Hayes, a combat medic with HHT 2-6 CAV simulates a combat situation for Spc. Igor Rodriguez, E Co. 3-25 AVN, who provides medical care for an injured patient. Photo by Sgt. Bryanna Poulin 25th Combat Aviation Brigade Public Affairs www.army.mil

House panels want to save 18,000 military medical billets, strengthen supply chain

A mark from a House Armed Services subcommittee would put DoD’s plans to cut medical billets on hold.

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Lawmakers tap senior agency leadership to run cyber task force

Frustrated with a lack of a single, governmentwide strategy on curbing large-scale cyber threats, a bipartisan group of lawmakers has launched a public-private partnership aimed at filling some of the gaps left by an amalgam of White House and agency policies.

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