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- The Data Privacy Imperative: Safeguarding Sensitive Data
- Eliminating the Pitfalls: Steps to Virtualization in Government
- Federal Executive Forum
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- The Modern Federal Threat Landscape
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Thanks to the pay freeze and an increasingly hostile Congress, many federal and postal workers said they'd retire in a heartbeat if Uncle Sam would make them an offer, Senior Correspondent Mike Causey reports. So what are the odds...
On today's Federal Drive: Buyouts at the Air Force and the Government Accountability Office, new screening methods for traumatic brain injuries and a streamlining effort at NASA.
The Air Force announced a 90-day hiring freeze for civilian positions, and will also offer early retirement and voluntary separation.
The defense contractor will supply the service with four weapons systems trainers.
Air Force Captain Travis Passey says you can't simulate the environment of flying with the Gs and some of the stresses that you have on your body, the heat, things like that.
Lockheed Martin was awarded an $84 million deal with the Air Force to supply the service with four weapons systems trainers, This story is part of Federal News Radio's daily DoD Report.
Diane Cochran has worked in the Departments of the Navy, Air Force, Energy, and the Office of Personnel Management, at a variety of locations in the continental United States and abroad. She shares what it's like to make the transition to working and living in D.C.
Davis has been named the company's director of NORAD and Northern Command programs.
Former Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. John Jumper joined In Depth with Francis Rose to discuss how efforts to cut DoD spending will affect Air Force weapons programs, including its new bomber program.
In a governmentwide survey, agencies reported that they were not seeking buyouts through OPM or hiring freezes
The Air Force has requested that Congress reduce the amount of airlifters it is required to use. Gen. Duncan McNabb, who heads the U.S. Transportation Command said doing so could save $1.2 billion over five years.
Beth McGrath, DoD's deputy chief management officer, said reworking acquisition regulations will include new ways to buy technology and promote agile development. The Pentagon is targeting everything from the way it buys technology to standardizing business systems in an effort to save money and become more efficient. DoD wants to standardize 15 common, commercial business processes.
Carol Wall is Air Force project manager of the Air Education and Training Command's future capabilities branch of the future learning division.
A free mobile phone application geared toward people preparing for basic training in the Air Force has been released. We learn more about it from USAF's Carol Wall
Nine out of ten employees at one federal office are now teleworking nine out of ten days, adding up to a whole lot of happy.
Retired Air Force Major General Dale Meyerrose is the vice president and general manager of Cyber and Information Assurance for the Harris Corporation. He is here to tell us what a new facility can offer to your agency's cloud computing needs.
The system is to identify other combat units and prevent fratricide.
For every two vacancies in the Air Force civilian ranks, only one person will be hired.
Agencies asked 125 annuitants for help last year with Army leading the way, bringing 44 retired federal workers back to help with acquisition processes.