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TSP scores high, flexible spending low in survey

A small percentage of feds said they had flexible spending accounts. The results are part of a survey from OPM gauging worker opinions on the health and wellness benefits it offers.

AFCEA-Bethesda, Children's Inn end partnership for annual gala

The Children's Inn at NIH will not be involved with AFCEA-Bethesda's annual fundraising gala in 2015 after a change in the number of charitable recipients involved in the event.

Top Army brass defend troubled intelligence system

A series of independent government reports have pointed to significant weaknesses in the Distributed Common Ground System (DCGS-A).

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Chinese hackers hit Office of Personnel Management networks

Chinese hackers broke into OPM computer networks earlier this year with the intention of accessing the files of tens of thousands of federal employees who had applied for top-secret security clearances, according to a media report. OPM tells Federal News Radio, "neither OPM nor US-CERT have identified any loss of personally identifiable information."

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Radio Interviews

Bill Lynn

Finmeccanica North America

Cyber Command's first four years look a lot like the Pentagon wanted them to.

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Rep. Donald Payne (D-NJ)

House of Representatives

Prodding DHS toward interoperable communications.

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Mark Cohn

Unisys Federal Systems

Is cybersecurity at agencies up to snuff?

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Tim McManus

Partnership for Public Service

Some bright spots in an otherwise dwindling federal hiring report.

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Anthony Robbins

Brocade

The network of things will make a big difference in how agencies handle data.

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Dan Saaty

Decision Lens

Big data isn't worth much without human judgement.

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Joe Petrillo

Petrillo & Powell

Contractor KBR wins a major case against the government concerning overseas work.

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Janet Woodcock

Food and Drug Administration

FDA is harnessing data from EHRs to develop better drugs and monitor patient safety.

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Jeff Neal

ICF International

It's the opposite of a retirement tsunami that should scare federal agencies.

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Russ Hereford

Health and Human Services

What do you do with 2.9 million data discrepancies?

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Patrick DeGroodt

Department of the Army

The Army's digital guardian angel receives some lofty recognition.

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Ted Davies

ACT-IAC

The biggest technology group in the federal market has a new man at the top.

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Carolyn Lambeth

Navy Combat Direction Systems Activity

The Navy might know how to make supply chain problems disappear.

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Bob Tobias

Key Executive Leadership Programs

Some lessons to learn from DoD's failed experiment in performance management.

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  • 26 years of federal service comes to an end for Navy Capt. Henry Hendrix. View photos from his retirement ceremony.
  • Meet 33 feds who changed lives and saved billions of dollars in 2013. View photos and learn about the finalists.
  • VA acquisition exec Ford Heard answers questions about his agency's $18 billion procurement budget.
  • Many federal managers are heading to the private sector. Track which feds are on the move.
  • The Navy honors the heroic actions around the Navy Yard shootings. View photos from the ceremony.
  • View photos of the Capitol dome restoration project, which will fix more than 1,000 different issues.
  • Federal CIO Steven VanRoekel answers your questions on shared services, cloud computing and more.
  • 70 years ago, combined Allied forces landed in France as part of the D-Day invasion. View photos.
  • What has a lack of trust in the federal workplace created and what will it take to restore it?
  • Katherine Archuleta answers your questions about phased retirement, diversity and the claims backlog.
  • Lee Ellis teaches lessons of courageous leadership he learned as prisoner of war in North Vietnam.
  • In this ongoing feature, we examine what products agencies are buying and who they are buying them from.
  • Is the security clearance process completely broken? Federal News Radio investigates.
  • Bob Brese, chief information officer at the Department of Energy, answers your questions during an online chat.
  • After 3 years and $15 million in repairs, the Washington Monument reopens to the public. View photos.
  • Hundreds turned out for the annual Public Service 5k Walk/Run. View photos and video from the event.
  • Preparing for an office renovation, Navy archivists find wooden boxes filled with 100-year-old photos.
  • Six months after the shutdown, Federal News Radio examines the long-term effects on contractors.
  • Track the Obama administration's proposed funding levels for each federal agency in fiscal 2015.
  • Tammy Flanagan and Mike Causey answer your most pressing pay and benefits issues in an online chat.
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  • The latest DoD, civilian and industry perspectives on sequestration in 2014 and beyond.
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SAMSEC 2014

Monday, June 30th, 2014 - Wednesday, July 2nd, 2014

IBM i2 Analyst's Notebook Premium Training Seminar

Monday, July 7th, 2014 - Monday, July 7th, 2014

LinkedIn Black Belt Workshop

Tuesday, July 8th, 2014 - Tuesday, July 8th, 2014

Federal Cloud Computing Summit: Embracing Tobay's Cloud Opportunites

Tuesday, July 8th, 2014 - Wednesday, July 9th, 2014

INSCOM Cyber Day

Wednesday, July 9th, 2014 - Wednesday, July 9th, 2014

LinkedIn for Government Contractors

Wednesday, July 9th, 2014 - Wednesday, July 9th, 2014

NMSC (National Modeling & Simulation Coalition) Annual Meeting

Wednesday, July 9th, 2014 - Wednesday, July 9th, 2014

Updated Government Marketing Processes & Tactics

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Jul 09, 2014 Close Change YTD
L Income 17.2413 0.01 2.46%
L 2020 22.7112 0.03 4.14%
L 2030 24.6206 0.05 4.91%
L 2040 26.1875 0.06 5.43%
L 2050 14.8920 0.04 5.89%
G Fund 14.4621 0.00 1.17%
F Fund 16.3936 0.01 4.37%
C Fund 25.7706 0.12 7.18%
S Fund 35.3857 0.11 6.21%
I Fund 26.7448 -0.02 5.06%
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