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In Depth Show Blog - December 10, 2013
Tuesday - 12/10/2013, 4:39pm EST
National Federation of Federal Employees
Congress gives itself only three more days to reach a budget deal to fund your agency through fiscal 2014. Some of the ideas already on the table could have a lasting impact on the overall federal workforce.
National Treasury Employees Union
A congressional budget deal isn't due until Friday, but some of the ideas on the table could take a bite out of your paycheck in the new year.
Leaders from the House and Senate have a deal on the National Defense Authorization Act. The act would fund national defense at about $632 billion. Gordon Adams, a former OMB defense budget official and now at American University and the Stimson Center, says the numbers in the NDAA and the potential budget deal Congress is working on aren't anywhere close to being in sync.
National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association
A long-dreaded change to federal retiree benefits might finally surface in the congressional budget deal expected this week.
Federal Policy Manager
Your agency has a new deadline for opening access to its enterprise data inventory to the public. The residual impacts of the shutdown are causing some of the delays and, so far, progress is a mixed bag of results for the White House's open government initiative.
Coalition for Government Procurement
The General Services Administration wants to revamp its strategic sourcing plan for your agency's office supplies. A draft solicitation for Office Supplies Three is already out, but some contactors are raising eyebrows about its impact on long-term federal acquisition strategies. Roger Waldron is president of the Coalition for Government Procurement.
Federal News Radio
A compromise is in hand on the National Defense Authorization Act. Staffers are still working to turn that compromise into actual legislative language, but it's already clear that the deal will reject several of the Defense Department's more controversial suggestions for saving money.
Federal News Radio
The Intelligence Community is making access to its community sharing platform, called Intelink U, easier and more secure for partners in the Federal government. Non-intelligence community or non-Defense Department agencies can use their smart identity cards under Homeland Security Presidential Directive-12 to log onto the network. Mike Kennedy is the executive for assured interoperability for the Program Manager of the Information Sharing Environment. He tells Federal News Radio Executive Editor Jason Miller how Intelink-U's acceptance of HSPD-12 cards marks another step toward creating a secure information sharing environment.
Also on the Show:
- Dempsey presses Congress to
act on defense bill (Federal News Radio)
- SEA decries DoD plan to reduce SES bonuses
(Federal News Radio)
- Enhancing Competitiveness - EADS Outlines Plan for
Defence and Space Restructuring (EADS)
- Defense contractors show rates
of PTSD similar to veterans (Federal News Radio)
- Former defense contractor pleads guilty to sharing classified documents (Federal News Radio)