NDAA will give direct financial help to servicemembers in need
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by Eric White and Tom Temin
5h ago
(12/9/22) - In today's Federal Newscast: The National Defense Authorization Act will give direct financial help to servicemembers in need. The Department of Homeland security gets some suggestions on how to improve customer service. And another bill is on the way to vanquish government jargon ..read more
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IBM's shopping spree lands a Reston firm, as it gobbles up its 25th company since 2020
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by Eric White and Tom Temin
1d ago
(12/8/22) - In today's Federal Newscast: IBM's shopping spree lands a Reston firm, as it gobbles up its 25th company since 2020. DoD's chief financial officer wants an actual budget to pass, not a CR. And the Veterans Affairs Department continues to struggle to comply with a litany of laws ..read more
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House Republicans urge EEOC bring employees fully back to the office
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by Eric White and Tom Temin
3d ago
(12/6/22) - In today's Federal Newscast: Republicans in the House call on the EEOC to fully bring back federal employees to the office. A new study finds that reaching out to certain TSP participants, boosts the money they invest. And GSA's Technology Transformation Service has a new leader ..read more
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'The Evil Twins' are on the House calendar for the first time,for a possible first-ever vote
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by Eric White and Tom Temin
4d ago
(12/5/22) - In today's Federal Newscast: The Evil Twins are on the House calendar for the first time for a possible first-ever vote. With a $10 billion ceiling, a solicitation is out for one of the most anticipated IT services contracts of the year. And a 2022 IRS watchdog investigation leads to 26 firings and much more ..read more
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Federal Energy Regulatory Commission gets high marks for its cybersecurity program
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by Eric White and Tom Temin
1w ago
(12/2/22) - In today's Federal Newscast: The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission gets high marks for its cybersecurity program. Watchdogs say mistakes and fraud led to telehealth overbilling during the pandemic. And DoD wants to know if the kids are doing all right ..read more
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President's Management Agenda sets training and supplier diversity goals
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by Eric White and Tom Temin
1w ago
(12/1/22) - In today's Federal Newscast: The President's Management Agenda sets agency goals for training and supplier diversity, among others. Seventy House lawmakers push for billions of dollars for the Social Security Administration. And the Senate confirms a new Defense Department IG ..read more
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A banner year for GSA IT contracts
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by Eric White and Tom Temin
1w ago
(11/30/22) - In today's Federal Newscast: We have the numbers on a banner year for GSA IT contracts. The Space Force orbits into its first overseas combatant command. And the VA's shift away from paper checks, snuffs out fraud ..read more
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Certain military laboratories can now pay a top annual salary of $226,000
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by Eric White and Tom Temin
1w ago
(11/29/22) - In today's Federal Newscast: The military’s Science and Technology Reinvention Laboratories can now pay you $226,000 per year. The National Science Foundation experiments with more working from home. And the cost of sending junk mail is going up ..read more
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Social Security Administration asks for billions of more dollars to do its job
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by Eric White and Tom Temin
1w ago
(11/28/22) - In today's Federal Newscast: The Social Security Administration says it needs billions more to deliver for Americans. The federal government saw an overall drop in improper payments in fiscal 2022. And federal employees still have time to make changes to their health care enrollments ..read more
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Two former VA employees plead guilty to embezzling nearly $3 million from the agency
Federal Newscast
by Eric White and Tom Temin
2w ago
(11/23/22) - In today's Federal Newscast: Two former VA employees are likely headed to federal prison for their $3 million scheme. A lead cyber agency is on the hunt for a key piece of technology. And OPM will temporarily halt applications for the Federal Long-Term-Care Insurance Program ..read more
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