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TSA officers score MSPB appeal rights under new agreement

Under a new agreement between the agencies, screening officers at the Transportation Security Administration can now appeal certain firings, demotions and suspensions to the Merit Systems Protection Board, a right they didn’t have previously.

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Agencies adding more resources — and people — to power DEIA initiatives

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Coast Guard says 2022 budget is the right path to recapitalization

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Range of penalties possible for employees who don't comply with federal vaccine mandate, attorneys say

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Federal News Network's Cloud Exchange

Federal News Network led a discussion among civilian agency technology executives to break down the current and future impact of cloud services on their mission areas.

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GOP blocks bill to keep government going; new try ahead

Republican senators have blocked a bill to keep the U.S. government funded and allow borrowing

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Human aspect of the cloud adoption journey

Agencies making their cloud migration have to invest in their people if they want to make the journey a successful one.

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Cloud Exchange: Marshals Service driving cloud adoption through application modernization

This discussion with Karl Mathias, the chief information officer of the U.S. Marshals Service in the Justice Department, is part of Federal News Network’s Cloud Exchange.

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Transforming the Workforce Through Reskilling, Upskilling

During this webinar Peter Sursi, the former head of talent acquisition in the Human Resources Division at the Federal Bureau of Investigation, will describe how strategies like reskilling and upskilling can transform the workforce. 

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Biden administration gives federal contractors until Dec. 8 to comply with vaccine mandate

Like the vaccine mandate for employees, federal contractors must also show proof of vaccination to their employer. The Biden administration’s vaccine policies also apply to federal contractors working from home, as well as employees working for a covered contractor but not directly on specific government project.

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DoD temporarily raising housing subsidies for some troops as markets continue to climb

Some troops could get as much as a 20% hike. The benefits would last from Oct. 1 to the end of the year.

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Should space companies be limited in what countries they can work with?

Have we reached a point where the government needs to play a bigger role in regulating who space companies work with?

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Using space technology to help fight wildfires

The amount of wildfires and major weather disasters is only increasing stretching first responders and those trying to help very thin. A new program involving space technology though looks to help disaster response team get a better sense of just how much of an area has been effected.

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Defense News

Coast Guard says 2022 budget is the right path to recapitalization

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DoD temporarily raising housing subsidies for some troops as markets continue to climb

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DoD’s drug supply chain is shaky, DoD IG report adds to growing evidence of that

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Pay & Benefits

One group of Justice Department attorneys seeks pay parity with another

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Technology

Coast Guard says 2022 budget is the right path to recapitalization

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Workforce

One group of Justice Department attorneys seeks pay parity with another

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Lack of a government shutdown is not the same as a timely start to the fiscal year

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