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  • DOD says health record requirements met

    The Defense Department announced it has met interoperability requirements for electronic health records as called for in the National Defense Authorization Act of 2014.

  • TSA HQ move stalled

    The Transportation Security Administration’s proposed move of its headquarters between two northern Virginia locations may have hit a snag.

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  • Union frets over TSA bargaining deadline

    The union that represents the Transportation Security Administration’s airport screeners said that TSA may terminate their contract in early December as the holiday travel season approaches.

  • APWU lodges NLRB complaint

    The American Postal Workers Union is asking some newly hired non-career employees not to participate in a U.S. Postal Service survey that inquires about job satisfaction and the quality of working conditions.

  • Interim chief to head SEA

    The Senior Executives Association’s board of directors said this month that former board member and former SEA staff member Tim Dirks will serve as interim president of organization pending selection of a permanent president.

  • VA rolls out new website

    The Department of Veterans Affairs on Nov. 11 debuted a beta version of a new website intended to enhance the department’s ability to provide services to vets.

  • Legal Matters: Mishandling of classified information will likely be more heavily scrutinized after OPM hack

    Following China’s hack of the Office of Personnel Management which exposed the fingerprints and private information of 5.6 million U.S. government employees, agencies likely will be especially vigilant of anyone attempting to unlawfully access classified information.

  • Survey shows Americans have favorable impressions of many federal agencies

    A new national survey by the Pew Research Center indicates that many federal agencies are regarded favorably by majorities of the public, even amid a growing distrust of government and significant partisan differences.

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