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HR Startup Raises $5 Million to Develop Tech Helping Get Veterans into the Workforce

Aussie HR and recruitment startup WithYouWithMe has raised $5 million as it ramps up development of its Software-as-a-Service platform and expands further into the US. But for co-founder Luke Rix, success isn’t about dollars in the bank or countries conquered. Launched in 2015 by Rix and co-founders Sam Baynes and Tom Moore, WithYouWithMe was created… Keep Reading

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Podcast: Dealing with Transitions in Your Geospatial Career

Welcome to another DirectionsMag podcast! We’re honored to continue hosting these valuable resources in partnership with our friends at URISA. Today we are discussing career transitions – school to that first job – career changes – and growing into new positions. Rachel Rodriguez and Micah Babinski from the Vanguard Cabinet host our panelist Julie Jackson, Steven Steinberg… Keep Reading

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The Pentagon Is Facing a Serious Workforce Problem

The Pentagon’s cybersecurity mission is facing a classic supply and demand problem: There’s a nationwide shortage of tech talent and an oversupply of jobs. This leaves the Pentagon starved of the cybersentries needed to defend its digital networks as the nation’s top computer scientists and software engineers often choose careers in the private sector that… Keep Reading

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Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction Office at DHS is Hiring

From Jim McDonnell, Assistant Secretary, Office of Countering Weapons ofMass Destruction, U.S. Department of Homeland Security We’re Hiring! Spread the word! On 21 December I was honored to be in the Oval Office for the signing of a new law creating the Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction Office within DHS. CWMD has a critical mission… Keep Reading

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GAO Forum: Technology Assessment Identifies Implications of AI

The Forum on Artificial Intelligence was convened by the Comptroller General and included participants from industry, government, academia and nonprofit organizations. It considered the future impact of AI in cybersecurity, automated vehicles, criminal justice and financial services. Keep Reading

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