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TMF backs NARA digitizing vets’ records, USDA moving to zero trust

The Technology Modernization Fund is backing IT modernization projects at the National Archives and Records Administration and the Agriculture Department.

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First HHS chief AI officer sees promise in 100 AI use cases, but challenges moving them forward

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GSA sees positive feedback on reentry, but deputy administrator says there’s ‘still a lot to learn’

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Give thanks for the dedicated federal employees who keep things running

Federal employees and contractors are responsible for some of the most important work that keeps America running. That's why, every May, we take time to honor their service and dedication to the public. Join us by sending an e-card to the feds in your life, be they coworkers, family, friends or just someone who's helped you.

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After high staff attrition, USDA seeks to rebuild with ‘robust’ hiring

USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack hopes to combat low morale with “robust” recruitment at relocated research facilities.

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Hundreds of IRS employees wrongfully accessed taxpayer information over last 10 years

Several hundred IRS employees over the past decade violated the agency’s policies around unauthorized access to sensitive taxpayer information.

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One proposal to keep electoral politics separate from federal real estate

Some members of Congress believe former President Donald Trump had a conflict of interest. As a private citizen, Trump had leased, from the General Services Administration, the old Post Office Pavilion. It became a Trump Hotel.

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How Air Force Reduces Network Maintenance Worldwide

By standardizing its support IT services with Affigent and Dell, the Air Force was able to reduce networking hiccups and centralize support services for all its bases. Read more now.

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Want to know more about weapons systems cyber protection? There's a webinar for that

More and more, the Defense Department’s weapons systems must be cyber resilient. Now there’s a publicly available webinar for science and engineering people that outlines what DOD calls its Cyber Resilient Weapon Systems Body of Knowledge.

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Federal agencies' roles in helping to solve the baby formula shortage

The Department of Health and Human Services has some new authorities to hopefully help resolve the nationwide shortage of baby formula.

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One National Guard unit's idea to improve efficiency: spend less time filling out forms

A Virginia National Guard thinks it’s found a way to save the Air Force hundreds of thousands of man hours each year just by auto-filling a single form.

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Sailors facing long wait times for mental health assistance

As the Navy continues to investigate a rash of suicides aboard the USS George Washington, the service says it is dealing with serious issues involving mental health access.

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Want to know more about weapons systems cyber protection? There’s a webinar for that

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Navy’s construction battalion celebrates eight decades of service

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Want to know more about weapons systems cyber protection? There’s a webinar for that

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First HHS chief AI officer sees promise in 100 AI use cases, but challenges moving them forward

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Federal agencies’ roles in helping to solve the baby formula shortage

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Navy’s construction battalion celebrates eight decades of service

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