‘STEM Corps’ legislation would fill DOD’s gaps in tech talent

The bill by Reps. Jim Banks, R-Ind., and Andy Kim, D-N.J., would create a scholarship pool for students to receive tuition assistance in exchange for service in the DOD as tech specialists.

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It is up to the agency CIOs to determine which tool best fits their workforce.

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The Pentagon raised its in-person workforce restrictions to its second highest-level, HPCON-C, increasing the number of employees that will need teleworking to some degree.

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“We’re really in uncharted territory here," said the attorney leading Ward & Berry's government contracts practice.

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Agencies have 48 hours to consider postponing or curtailing all other activities that can't be performed remotely, as the government adopts a more "aggressive posture" in response to COVID-19.

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The Office of Management and Budget issued the memo to "safeguard the health and safety" of the federal workforce.

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Opinion: Stop wasting time suggesting that we need universal solutions for encryption, but then put consumers and our military at risk.

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Lawmakers want to ensure a streamlined process will still exclude "the Edward Snowdens of the world."

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The U.S. Merit Protection Board has some ideas for a reskilling program that has yet to mint any new cybersecurity experts.

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The department is in the process of identifying new work roles tied to VA-specific positions.

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In this op-ed, Charlie Allen says its time to institute changes to the security clearance process that Congress passed 15 years ago.

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