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Intelligence Community plans workforce of the future

In America's Intelligence Community, the right person in the right place at the right time can mean the difference between the country being safe and the country being threatened. But how does the top human capital officer of the IC think about getting the right people? Very methodically, and by using the right "crystal ball".

Tags: management , Pay & Benefits , HCMF 2009 , ODNI , Intelligence community , Ron Sanders ,

Tuesday - 11/24/2009, 07:10am EST
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DARPA is a groundbreaking agency -- again

Less than two years from now the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency will move into a new headquarters building in Arlington, Virginia. Before that can happen, the former Metrobus maintenance garage will require cleanup of diesel and chemical pollution in the ground. While DARPA employs fewer than 250 people, the new headquarters allows Virginia to retain more than 800 jobs because of the contracting jobs associated with DARPA, which has an annual budget of more than $3 billion.

Tags: technology , DARPA , Regina Dugan , Jim Moran , Barbara Favola , GSA , Bob Peck , Internet , DoD , Tim Kaine , Arlington County ,

Thursday - 10/29/2009, 07:06am EDT
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Testing the path to IPv6

Less than one year from now, agencies across the Federal Government face a new deadline: On July 2010, all new equipment and software for federal computer networks must be compliant with the IPv6 internet protocol.

Tags: technology , networking , Internet , IPv6 , NIST , University of New Hampshire , IETF , Tim Winters ,

Tuesday - 07/28/2009, 06:58am EDT
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In search of cybersecurity watchdogs

A recent flurry of cyberattacks on federal government computer networks has raised awareness of the urgent need for more cybersecurity experts.

Tags: tech , mngt , P&B , cybersecurity , Partnership for Public Service , Max Stier , ODNI , Ron Sanders , DoJ , Vance Hitch , Booz Allen Hamilton

Thursday - 07/23/2009, 07:07am EDT
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Inch-by-inch to DoD-VA health record interoperability

A House subcommittee gets a progress report on the effort to reach "electronic health information interoperability" as an important legally-mandated deadline looms.

Tags: technology , P&B , House Veterans Affairs Committee , Veterans Health Records , Greg Timberlake , GAO , Valerie Melvin , Harry Mitchell , Phil Roe , Zack Space

Wednesday - 07/15/2009, 06:35am EDT
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President to order pay freeze

In an effort to get a handle on the ballooning cost of government, President Obama is expected to use his first State of the Union address to announce, among other things, freezes in pay for some White House officials, as well as a government-wide spending freeze. But one of the President's top budget experts says don't look for the freeze to affect all federal agencies equally.

Tags: management , State of the Union , Office of Management and Budget , Rob Nabors , Congressional Budget Office , National Press Club , President Obama , Jason Miller , budget

Wednesday - 01/27/2010, 08:06am EST
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TSP Snapshot: Up, up and away in November

November was a positive month for participants in the Thrift Savings Plan: Every fund saw gains. But that's only part of the story. Federal News Radio's Max Cacas looks at the month of November for our new monthly feature, TSP Snapshot.

Tags: Pay & Benefits , TSP , Paul Yurachek , Ameriprise ,

Monday - 12/07/2009, 06:57am EST
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STAR-TIDES leverages collaboration, technology for global problem-solving

A program supported by the Defense Department is continuing efforts to link public and private information sharing to use cutting-edge technologies to help people around the world in their times of need. A Washington-based Pentagon academician is part of the program's top leadership.

Tags: newsstand , technology , STAR-TIDES , National Defense University , Linton Wells , DoD ,

Tuesday - 10/27/2009, 06:34am EDT
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Census flap pits House vs. Senate on Capitol Hill

With just months to go before the first census forms begin arriving in mailboxes across the country, there is controversy in Congress about a last-minute change proposed by two lawmakers. But, as Federal News Radio's Max Cacas reports from Capitol Hill, other House & Senate members are saying "no, absolutely not".

Tags: newsstand , Census , David Vitter , Steny Hoyer , William Lacy Clay , Nydia Velazquez , Census Bureau ,

Monday - 10/26/2009, 06:58am EDT
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