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Next Generation Feds

With retirements up, managers look to the next generation.

Labor’s new approach to jobs data sparks outcry

Media groups and House Republicans call changes intrusive, propagandistic.

Telework a ‘Silent Factor’ in New Digital Strategy

Plan makes little mention of telework, but the practice will be key to implementation.

Lawmakers press for answers on Thrift Savings Plan cyber breach

Sen. Susan Collins asks why beneficiaries weren’t notified of the July 2011 attack sooner.

TSP offers free credit monitoring after cyber breach

Board stands by hacked third-party contractor Serco.

Cyberattack exposes 123,000 TSP accounts

Social Security numbers, financial information compromised.

One of DARPA's creations, the M3 "Cheetah" Robot

DARPA settles in at new ultra-secure headquarters

Arlington building also wins distinction for green attributes.

Survey finds agencies are not taking full advantage of data analysis

Sixty-seven percent are using new techniques, but few are completely integrating them into operations.

A TigerShark unmanned aerial vehicle descends to land at an undisclosed location following a mission.

Analysis: Taking bots into battle

As unmanned systems advance, do humans have to remain in the loop?

Does Telework Work?

Measuring program results is a challenge.

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