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The latest lawsuit challenging DoD's COVID-19 vaccine mandate says the Air Force's religious accommodation process is set up to make those exemptions almost impossible to get.
In today's Federal Newscast, a bill passes the House giving federal workers who get injured on the job better access to workers' compensation.
Social media and text messaging are now a way of life for people in the military — they use the services to keep in contact with friends, for recruiting, to do their jobs, to find like-minded people or just to show their mom what they did today. Those platforms are also wrought with sexual harassment, bullying, hazing and intimidation directed at troops and perpetrated by them.
The armed services need to expend their numbers of high-ranking cybersecurity and cyber warfare officers.
Two veterans service organizations have sued the Navy over discharge upgrades. At issue are other-than-honorable discharges, how they limit lifetime VA benefits and whether service members can appeal them.
When the pandemic struck, the Marine Corps put pedal to medal and accelerated its shift from on-premises to cloud operations. We get the details from the corps’ Renata Spinks at the DoD Cloud Exchange about how the service has embraced agility.
In today's Federal Newscast: Federal agency CIOs are finalizing plans to create and fund a zero-trust architecture. A former head of the TSA has died. And you can now sport ombre nails while in a Marine Corps uniform.
In today's Federal Newscast: Lawmakers call for more money in the defense budget. An effort is underway to reform and modernize the State Department. And pregnant Marines get a break on clothing
The House-Senate appropriations agreement leaves out a DoD request to significantly expand a pilot program to test "colorless" appropriations for software and technology development.
Even an organization as big and armed as the United States Navy doesn't take the ransomware threat for granted.
In today's Federal Newscast, five unions say VA should immediately develop a joint COVID-19 training task force to design education courses for employees.
In today's Federal Newscast, top Democrats on the House Oversight and Reform Committee are calling on the General Services Administration to terminate its lease for the Trump Hotel in downtown D.C.
In today's Federal Newscast, though the Army hasn’t involuntarily separated any soldiers for refusing COVID-19 vaccine, guidance on how the process will work is expected as soon as today.
The inspections are mandatory for all houses, and will give the services a better understanding of the overall condition of privately-operated homes on their bases.