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Distinguishing Pentagon Performers

Lawmaker would curb raises for those earning unsatisfactory reviews.

From Nextgov.com: White House push to help technology startups gets mixed reviews

Companies say agencies have granted few waivers to complex acquisition rules that stymie entrepreneurial developers.

NASA For Hire

Hiring effort is to assist aerospace workers impacted by the end of the Space Shuttle program.

Program Manager Class

Proposed classification would affect pay plans, series, titles and grades of IT program managers.

Group says biometric screening could reduce airport hassle

Passengers who volunteer personal biometric data — possibly including iris scans or fingerprints — and answer questions would glide through airport security.

GSA’s wiki platform is improving efficiency and performance, senior official says

Initiative is in keeping with White House efforts to link open government to improved operations.

Race to Hire

The Veterans Affairs Department has brought on 365 new IT workers so far in its push announced in January.

Federal mentors dispense wisdom on YouTube

Top government leaders offer career advice in online videos for young employees.

From Nextgov: U.S. supercomputer experts assess radiation risks amid crisis at Japanese nuclear facility

The National Nuclear Security Administration activates a California-based center to process predictive models based on available information.

SEC told to reorganize and live within its means

House hearing on conflict-of-interest charges involving former general counsel leaves agency battling for public trust and increased funding.

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