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Defense budget could challenge Army most of all military branches

The Biden administration’s skinny budget should release soon for fiscal year 2022. It will include topline numbers for defense spending. Budget watchers expect that number to stay flat over the next few years. Mark Cancian, Senior Advisor in the International Security Program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, said the upcoming defense budget […]

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Unclear whether new DoD ethics code of conduct is response to Jan. 6 riot

Defense Department personnel, both civilian and uniformed, have a new ethics code of conduct. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin writes the code comports with President Biden’s efforts to restore trust in government. Former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense Roger Zakheim said it is unclear whether this is a direct response to the Jan. 6 riot. He […]

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Ensuring the success of the sixth branch of the military

Kaitlyn Johnson, Deputy Director of the Aerospace Security Project at CSIS, and Eric Gomez, Director of Defense Policy Studies at the Cato Institute, comment on the announcement of the Biden administration’s support for the Space Force and discuss ensuring the branch’s success

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Implementing IT modernization across government

Richard Spires, Principal at Richard A. Spires Consulting, discusses recommendations for effective implementation of agency IT modernization under the Biden administration

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“Burrowing in” at government agencies

Jeffrey Neal, Author of www.ChiefHRO.com, discusses potential issues surrounding former political appointees in the federal workforce

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Taking a “whole of government” approach to vaccine distribution

Jonathan Alboum, Federal Chief Technology Officer at ServiceNow, discusses the Biden administration’s approach to vaccine distribution and opportunities for digital transformation in the COVID-19 response

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Updates on political appointments in the Biden administration

Janice Lachance, Former Director of OPM, and Jeri Buchholz, Former NASA Chief Human Capital Officer, discuss the process of filling political roles in the Biden administration and what they will watch moving forward

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