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- Satellite Communications: Acquiring SATCOM in Tight Times
- Targeting Advanced Threats: Proven Methods from Detection through Remediation
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In Depth Show Blog - January 30, 2014
Thursday - 1/30/2014, 5:20pm EST
Budget pressures at agencies lead them to look for innovations in places they didn't think innovation was possible before. One of those areas is training. Intelligent Decisions Vice President Rhett Butler was Francis Rose's guest on Industry Chatter today to talk about how training and preparation is changing for war fighters.
Legislation in the Senate would let the Postal Service create its own health insurance system that could cause major changes to the FEHBP, and changes to the military retiree pension payment system may get repealed. Federal News Radio's Tom Temin says those won't be the only compensation stories you should pay attention to.
Ranking Member, House Appropriations Homeland Security Subcommittee
Negotiators in the House and Senate won't wait for President Obama's budget request the beginning of March to start on Fiscal 2015. Appropriators are already setting priorities for those negotiations. Rep. David Price (D-N.C.), ranking member of the House Appropriations Homeland Security Subcommittee, already got his priority list ready.
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A group of senators has introduced legislation designed to make it easier for military members and overseas civilians to vote. The legislation includes mandates for new online systems and new requirements for state and local elections officials.
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The Homeland Security Department will take the first step to move from theory to practice under President Obama's cyber executive order. In two weeks, DHS' National Protections and Programs directorate will launch a voluntary program for companies to improve the security of their computers and networks. Phyllis Schneck, the deputy undersecretary for cybersecurity at the Homeland Security Department, gives executive editor Jason Miller an exclusive look into the new voluntary cyber program.
Also on the Show:
- DHS management chief Borras
to return to private sector (Federal News Radio)
- GSA buildings commissioner
Dorothy Robyn stepping down in March (Federal News Radio)
- After Contentious Debate, Senate Panel Delays Postal Reform
Vote (Government Executive)
- GSA extends deadline on building maintenance RFI (Federal Times)