Who & Where


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Feds to get back pay after shutdown

Furloughed employees and those who stayed on the job without pay will be compensated.

Rebecca Schwartz: Nanotechnology for the troops

Much of Rebecca Schwartz's research at Lockheed Martin is classified, but her work is generally geared toward developing technical solutions to reduce the physical burden of troops in combat.

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Fed tweeters back in action

The end of the shutdown brings expressions of relief, 140 characters at a time.

Victor Lazzaro

Victor T. Lazzaro: Putting health data to work

Lazzaro's efforts have helped policymakers, the medical community and businesses understand how medical offices nationwide are implementing new technology.

Michael Lopp

6 lessons for feds from Silicon Valley (plus 3 that really don't apply)

Tech entrepreneurs' leadership goals are strikingly similar to those of agency IT executives. But the obstacles to getting there can be very, very different.

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Feds face insurance bills

If the government shutdown is not lifted soon, federal employees will begin receiving bills for some insurance premiums.

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Patching your cybersecurity foundation

Insiders become threats in part because of a key organizational mistake that allows them opportunities.

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Fed 100 nominations open

Don't delay! Tell us about the extraordinary federal and contractor employees whose work made a difference this year.

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Federal fellows take an unwanted break

The government shutdown has young innovators eager to get back to work.

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Cybersecurity's secret sauce: audits?

While a 'checklist' approach to cybersecurity is not effective, audits and compliance can be a tool for improvement.

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House passes bill to keep paychecks coming

White House threatens to veto measure that would pay essential employees during shutdown.

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What the shutdown says to the tech workforce

The shutdown is but one of several factors sending a discouraging message to the federal workforce, and to talented students and professionals who could be potential new hires.

Who's Fed 100-worthy?

Nominations are now open for the 2015 Federal 100 awards. Get the details and submit your picks!