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CISA Names Award Recipients as Agency Celebrates Outstanding Workforce

The 2021 Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) Workforce Recognition Awards Ceremony has recognized some of the teams and individuals who went above and beyond to keep the United States safe.

Biden Signs Executive Orders to Combat Transnational Organized Crime and Drug Trafficking

The Administration is formally establishing the U.S. Council on Transnational Organized Crime (USCTOC), bringing together six key departments and agencies involved in counter-transnational organized crime efforts.

A Digital Service Academy Could Address the Skills Shortage in Federal Government

One potential method for developing digital services staff is the creation of a digital service academy—similar to military academies—to train future civil servants in the digital skills needed to modernize government.

Contractor Agrees to Pay More Than $1 Million to Resolve Lawsuit for Overbilling in Federal Contracts

The settlement resolves allegations that from January 2016 through January 2017, ADSI submitted proposals for contracts that included an unapproved cost rate to which ADSI was not entitled.

GAO: TSA Risking Passengers by Failing to Engage Fully with Stakeholders

A Government Accountability Office review has found that the Transportation Security Administration may be risking rail passenger safety by failing to engage with other surface transportation stakeholders.

Secretary Chao Announces $25 Billion in CARES Act Funding for Public Transportation Systems

The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Transit Administration has announced a total of $25 billion in Federal funding allocations to help U.S. public transportation systems respond to COVID-19.

Inspectors General Appointed to COVID-19 Response Oversight Committee

On April 1, additional Inspectors General were appointed to join the committee coordinating oversight of federal funds used for coronavirus response.

MTA to Provide 75,000 PPE Masks for Workforce

Medical guidance continues to be that masks are not recommended as protection against COVID-19, however, masks will be made available to employees who choose to wear them.
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