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In an effort to bolster its forces on the cybersecurity front, the Department of Homeland Security has been granted special new hiring authority to recruit as many as 1,000 new cybersecurity experts over the next three years. The announcement comes at the start of 'National Cybersecurity Awareness Month'.
Tags: technology , cybersecurity , Janet Napolitano , Department of Homeland Security , Deputy Defense Secretary William Lynn , Chris Painter , White House , Max Cacas , National Cybersecurity Awareness Month
The budget proposed by President Barack Obama would increase spending for many federal agencies, but it would also limit pay raises for federal employees for 2010.
To a nation reeling from recession and facing long-festering problems, President Barack Obama has a simple reminder: "We are not quitters." But, what was he saying to feds?
Unions and contractors are already making their feelings clear about the presidential memo.
President Obama announced his intent to nominate John Berry as Director of the Office of Personnel Management, and Julius Genachowski as Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission.