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State Dept says worldwide email outage not tied to 'malicious activity'

The State Department dealt with a major email outage Thursday morning, but is gradually bringing capabilities back online.

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Federal appeals court overturns FLRA decision that limited mid-term bargaining for unions

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Navy Reserve adds, deletes hundreds of jobs to boost its relevance to future fights

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For Army DevSecOps trainees, emotional intelligence, teamwork more important than coding skills

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Biden signs order making sexual harassment a punishable offense in military

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Federal attorneys group urges DOJ to fix pay disparity, set new policy for telework

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Living our values by ensuring a livable wage

Kiran Ahuja, the director of the Office of Personnel Management, explains why making sure the federal workforce earns a minimum wage of $15 per hour is so important.

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If they're ever confirmed, here's what MSPB members will face

For what nominee will face should they be confirmed, Federal Drive with Tom Temin turned to the last MSPB member, attorney Mark Robins.

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Pandemic causing long-term recruiting effects for Air Force

The service is on target for the first quarter of 2022, but the second half of the year will be an uphill battle.

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She hasn't been in space personally, but her work has helped NASA succeed

When NASA succeeds in sending people to Mars and returning them to the moon, it will be thanks to thousands of people who will never get there themselves. One of those people has had a 31-year career at NASA leading teams concerned with a variety of activities. For her career work, she’s a recent Presidential Rank Award recipient. The Federal Drive with Tom Temin spoke with the director of the Johnson Space Center, Vanessa Wyche.

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Challenges and opportunities of a modern distributed workforce

This content is provided by Interstate Moving | Relocation |Logistics. While the current surge in Omicron coronavirus cases has yet to result in the issuance of any new guidance on reentry to federal agencies, most…

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Agency managers have new data about the workforce. Will they make use of it?

Best listening experience is on Chrome, Firefox or Safari. Subscribe to Federal Drive’s daily audio interviews on Apple Podcasts or PodcastOne. You might be one of the federal employees who filled out that so-called pulse survey. It’s the…

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Navy discharges 1st active-duty sailors for vaccine refusal

The Navy said Tuesday that it has discharged 23 active-duty sailors for refusing the coronavirus vaccine, marking the first time it has thrown currently serving sailors out of the military over the mandatory shots

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Federal CIO Office refilling its ranks

The list of executives leaving OMB’s Office of the Federal CIO is growing, but don’t take that as a bad sign.

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Watchdog says key federal health agency is failing on crises

A federal watchdog says the government’s main health agency is failing to meet its responsibilities for leading the national response to public health emergencies including the COVID-19 pandemic, extreme weather disasters and even potential bioterrorist attacks

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Defense News

For Army DevSecOps trainees, emotional intelligence, teamwork more important than coding skills

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Navy Reserve adds, deletes hundreds of jobs to boost its relevance to future fights

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Pay & Benefits

Federal attorneys group urges DOJ to fix pay disparity, set new policy for telework

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Technology

For Army DevSecOps trainees, emotional intelligence, teamwork more important than coding skills

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Workforce

Federal appeals court overturns FLRA decision that limited mid-term bargaining for unions

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