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Eliminating the Gender Wage Gap for Tech Pros With Security Clearance

Men in IT with active clearance outearn similarly credentialed women by nearly 20 percent.

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Is It Time to Make Cyber Jobs a National Imperative?

'We have uncoordinated initiatives, but not a national strategy coupled with a national program,' executive says.

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DHS Telework System Lacks a Disaster Plan, IG Says

Workplace as a Service program needs an alternate processing site, report says.

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Is it Finally Time to Overhaul the Federal Personnel System?

Designed more than 60 years ago for a mostly clerical workforce, it doesn't address today's specialized skills.

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What a 3.3 Percent Pay Hike Could Mean for IT

The increase could help federal technology salaries better compete with the private sector.

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IT Grads Rank 14 Agencies as Top Employers

NASA, NSA and the FBI compete with Google, Facebook and Amazon in new survey.

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Security-Cleared IT, Cyber Pros See Fatter Paychecks in 2013

This despite a declining job market for security-cleared professionals overall.

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Why Cyber Jobs Need a Career Path

And why it's a myth that anyone can be a cyber warrior.

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What Federal IT Managers Are Doing Instead of Hiring

Hardware skills and IT procurement were the only two areas where IT leaders said they had adequate talent.

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How IT Jobs Have Changed in 15 Years

Some simply didn’t exist in the late '90s, while others have expanded dramatically, Pew finds.

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For Tech Pros, There Is Such Thing as a Free Lunch

Federal agencies can't match private-sector perks, but meaningful work is also a draw.