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DHS procurement chief Correa to retire

Department of Homeland Security procurement chief Soraya Correa is set to retire from the government. John Hewitt Jones has the story.

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Pentagon office left military designs for body armor, vehicle gear open to hackers, watchdog finds

The office in charge of the U.S. military’s 3D printing left designs for defense technology vulnerable to theft by hackers and adversaries, according to a watchdog report made public on Wednesday. Tonya Riley has the details.

Argonne's machine-learning work may help ease US microchip shortage in time

Argonne National Laboratory researchers have used machine learning to rapidly optimize the application of thin films to semiconductors, a move that may eventually help ease the microchip shortage in the U.S. Dave Nyczepir has the story.

Air Force opens bidding for $4.8B NOVASTAR contract vehicle

The Air Force has published a request for proposals for services related to research, development and sustainment of hardware and software capabilities to support the Department of Defense and intelligence community. John Hewitt Jones has this one also.

Army launches personnel records app

The Army has launched its first app that allows soldiers to access personnel records without the need for a  common access card. Jackson Barnett has this one.

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How agencies are embracing hybrid-work strategies and tools

As government leaders evaluate how to bring employees back into the office, they have an opportunity to reconsider how virtual collaboration tools are bringing positive changes to the way people interact. Google Cloud’s Gary Danoff shares the benefits agencies reap when they embrace virtual collaboration platforms and discusses best practices for those looking to implement hybrid-work strategies. Hear more from Danoff.

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