What's Known So Far About the Vaccine Mandate for Feds

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The Final Frontier

Space is becoming an increasingly critical operation zone for both commercial and state actors. Rapidly evolving capabilities mean that it is also becoming more congested and competitive than ever before, introducing new threats to defense assets.

Workforce

What’s the Law on Vaccine Exemptions? A Religious Liberty Expert Explains

Plenty of groups are offering religious exemptions to COVID-19 vaccine mandates, but their legal basis isn’t as rock-solid as that might suggest.

Management

The Counterterror War That America Is Winning

The United States has centered its efforts on invasions and insurgencies. But another campaign appears to be having greater success.

Tech

GovExec Daily: Tech Acquisition Trends in 2021 and Beyond

Todd Gustafson of HP Federal and An Nguyen of NCS Technologies join the podcast to discuss IT priorities for government.

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Digitizing Governance: A Poll of Government Officials Regarding Electronic Signatures in the Workplace

The sudden closure of government offices due to the COVID-19 pandemic threw into sharp relief the need for remote solutions -- including the digital signature.

Route Fifty

Treasury Releasing $13B More in Rental Aid to Successful Programs

At least 50 state and local government grantees have met funding distribution benchmarks that would make them eligible for additional money.

Nextgov

Union Wants Civilian Cyber Reserve Proposal Dropped from Defense Bill

The American Federation of Government Employees says private-sector stake in the provision is based on companies seeking a competitive advantage.

Nextgov

Federal CIO: Diversity, Accessibility Are Key to Improving Customer Experience

A diverse workforce and focus on accessibility will be central to administration’s efforts to improve customer experience.

Management

Republican Senators Look to Make CDC Director a Senate-Confirmed Position

The job has been subject to much attention and scrutiny over the past almost two years due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Management

Electric Vehicle Manufacturer Drops Lawsuit Protesting Postal Service Fleet Contract

The smaller manufacturer that lost to a defense contractor isn't ruling out seeking future business from the Postal Service.

Defense

Five Ways 9/11 Changed the Defense Industry

More outsourcing, more services contracts, more generals on corporate boards—and that's just for starters.

Workforce

COVID Hits Wildfire Fighters Even Harder Than Last Year

At least 421 U.S. Forest Service fire personnel tested positive for COVID-19 this year.

Management

Biden’s Pandemic Plan Overlooks Mask Mandates and Vulnerable Populations

President Biden outlined a six-point strategy to confront the pandemic. But two public health scholars believe it would work better with help from states.

Management

GovExec Daily: Updates to the Vaccine Mandate for Feds

Courtney Bublé joins the podcast to discuss clarifications from the Safer Federal Workforce Task Force.

Route Fifty

Deploying the National Guard to Fill a School Bus Driver Shortage

Schools across the country are finding it difficult to recruit and retain school bus drivers.

Pay & Benefits

Career Prosecutors Continue Push for Pay Equity

According to Justice Department statistics, only 65% of assistant U.S. attorneys are paid equivalent to a GS-15 or above, while the attorney corps at several other subcomponents are over 90% GS-15s.

Management

House Panel Approves Spending Surge to Fix and Upgrade VA Buildings

Funding would preempt a commission that will determine what VA's footprint should look like going forward.

Nextgov

Postal Service Law Enforcement Isn’t Fully Tracking Inspectors’ Use of Cryptocurrencies

Investigators reported using cryptocurrencies in nine closed cases. Auditors found another 1,064 that might not have been properly recorded.

Defense

Congress’ Afghanistan Oversight Marred By Politics

Lawmakers overwhelmingly postured instead of asking America’s top diplomat real questions.