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House Republicans Vote to Turn Back Time on Telework Policies

The SHOW UP Act would require federal agencies to revert to their telework policies prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Industry Voices Complaints Over Short Response Window for $60B VA Recompete

Contractors had only four business days to weigh in on the draft solicitation for the next version of the Veterans Affairs Department's T4NG IT solutions vehicle.

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New Institute Will Study How the Defense Department Manages Itself

To “compete on a global stage,” DOD must get a handle on its management practices, Deputy Defense Secretary says.

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Verizon Can Help EIS Transformation and Solve Challenges

With EIS and Verizon, agencies can transform their digital workplace.

Emerging Tech

Why 2 Lawmakers Turned to AI to Advocate for Its Own Regulation

The congressmen have been using artificial intelligence systems to write Congressional texts, as they push for both regulation and innovation in the field.

Emerging Tech

Capella Space Creates New Government-Focused Subsidiary

Capella Federal will focus on serving government, defense and intelligence customers.

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There are Just 7 Long COVID-19 Symptoms

Research indicates COVID-19's long symptoms are not as varied as previously thought.

Emerging Tech

IBM, NASA Will Use AI to Improve Climate Change Research

The research will use IBM’s artificial intelligence technology and NASA’s Earth and geospatial science data for easier and faster research.

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DOD Needs to Expand Guidance on ‘Information Environment’ Training, Watchdog Says

The Pentagon’s education and training initiatives to help DOD leaders respond to threats in the contested information environment need to offer clear guidance on what topics to cover, according to a review by the Government Accountability Office.

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Required Application Security Testing for Federal Agencies

Learn about an application security testing methodology that will empower agencies to meet the Office of Management and Budget's mandate.

Emerging Tech

Defense Kicks Off First Series of Global Information Dominance Experiments Program

The program brings together multiple experts within the Defense Department to develop and implement advanced AI and data analytics in warfighting operations.

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Report: 14% of Young Adults Want to Work for Government

Young adults preferred businesses of any size to government or nonprofit work.

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Republicans Announce New Congressional Cyber Subcommittee Leadership

A New York Republican is taking over a powerful House Homeland Security subcommittee tasked with overseeing efforts to improve federal network security and the nation’s cyber defense agency.

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The National Intelligence Director: Over-Classification Undermines Democracy

The ongoing investigations into handling of sensitive documents by former presidents and vice presidents have brought potential problems with the classification system back into the spotlight. 

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That Time the Federal Government Was Ruled By Czars

How a term for Russian oligarchs came to be applied to American government officials.

Emerging Tech

NOAA Seeks Input on Future Space Situational Awareness Safety Services

The agency’s Office of Space Commerce seeks comment on its planned basic services and who should provide them as it looks to monitor satellites and orbital debris.

Ideas

Why Zoom Happy Hours Fall Flat

Booze and in-person gatherings just go together. Virtually, not so much.

Emerging Tech

FTC Votes to Finalize Data Security Order for Ed Tech Website

The FTC issued another set of requirements for online businesses handling sensitive consumer data following multiple data breaches.

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VA is Working to Add New Features to its Health and Benefits App

The VA’s mobile phone app, which surpassed one million downloads last year, is rolling out new prescription refill and travel reimbursement services for veterans in the coming months.