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From Nextgov: U.S. might be giving away sensitive military technology, report finds

A major decline in the number of foreign worker visas screened by Commerce is part of the problem, GAO says.

Hire Help

The fiscal 2010 average number of days it took agencies to hire a new employee was 105 days, an improvement over the 2009 number of 122 days.

IT Ivory Tower

Employers are finding many hires fresh out of college aren't ready to hit the ground running.

U.S.-funded Arabic TV might have affected events in Egypt

Survey commissioned by Broadcasting Board of Governors says as many as 25 percent of Egyptians in major cities viewed coverage by Alhurra TV.

Online Profiles: The New Resume?

A survey of human resources managers says profiles on social media sites could one day replace resumes.

House appropriators to cut 2011 Veterans Affairs IT funds by $160 million

Reduction would represent a 5 percent decrease over requested budget.

Spanning Generations

Pew survey finds mobile devices are becoming more popular among all ages.

Wanted: More Techies

With private sector demand strong, the government is facing stiff competition for IT workers.

NSA Courts Tech-Savvy Set

Smartphone tagging and a job search application will assist in large-scale hiring effort.

Cream of the Crop

IT positions sit pretty on at least one website's 2011 job rankings.

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