News & Career Advice

Is Too Much Social Media Actually Hurting Your Career?

Ed Ledford / Mar 20, 2017

When it comes to professionalism, to establishing a personal brand that means something, especially in the world of cleared professionals, there’s about one way to get it. Work. Hard, thoughtful work.  

FBI Confronts a New Kind of Cyber Crime

Ed Ledford / Mar 19, 2017

On December 15, 2016, Rayne Rivello effectively deployed a new kind of bomb, an e-bomb with near deadly effect.

Department of the Interior Security Clearances

Lindy Kyzer / Mar 18, 2017

Not all clearances are created (or issued) equally. The Department of the Interior runs its own Personnel Clearance program. Here’s what you need to know.

March Madness and Pentagon Security

Lindy Kyzer / Mar 17, 2017

What’s the biggest threat to Pentagon security? March Madness. The Pentagon’s Joint Service Provider is reminding Pentagon Internet users that bandwidth is a finite resource.

Oceus Networks Awarded USSOCOM Mobile Cellular Network Contract – DoD Daily Contracts

Lindy Kyzer / Mar 17, 2017

Oceus Networks was awarded a $26 million maximum cumulative contract to provide critical planning, implementation, upgrades, technical support, and sustainment of the USSOCOM Mobile Cellular Network (MCN).

How Veterans Can Use Education to Increase Their Opportunities

Ron Kness / Mar 17, 2017

Veterans have a variety of free education resources available. It’s worth taking advantage as you consider your civilian career options.

SF86, Personal Data for Air Force Members Left Unprotected – A Lesson in Email Security

Charles Simmins / Mar 17, 2017

The exposure of Air Force documents left unprotected raises new issues about email security and the importance of safeguarding sensitive, not just classified information.

5 Tips to Navigate Today’s Job Market

Apex Systems / Mar 16, 2017

Navigating today’s job search requires job GPS – here are a few tips to get you tracking toward a great career.