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National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency takes workforce diversity in a new direction

Lots of people on the autism spectrum are capable of good and useful work, and that’s the idea behind a neuro diversity pilot project at the National Geospatial-Intelligence…

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Certain unconscious bias training is OK for federal contractors, Labor says

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Move over COVID, IC says influence operations will be next big disrupter

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NGA outlines approach to tackle ‘underlying, enduring’ technology challenges

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National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency wants more intelligence

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Two examples of why federal executive leadership matters

These women in federal executive positions are moving the status quo in a big way.

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PRAC points out teleworking difficulties in analysis of agencies’ coronavirus response

In today’s Federal Newscast, telework limitations rank high up on the Pandemic Response Accountability Committee’s list of federal agency challenges…

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

Agencies and contractors in the intelligence community are rearranging work schedules and office spaces to prepare for the phased reentry of their employees, but they’re also taking steps to address the discomfort and anxiety many are feeling as they return to the physical workplace.

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