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Security Clearance Salaries Rose 7% Last Year

Lindy Kyzer / Jul 16, 2018

After several years of relatively flat salaries, government shutdowns and salary freezes, salaries for security-cleared workers are beginning to heat up.

Department of Justice Sets the Stage for a Rumble with Russia – Will Trump Take It?

Tom McCuin / Jul 16, 2018

On Monday morning, President Donald Trump will sit down with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Ever the contrarian, Trump enters the summit with no set agenda. This could prove to be a mistake.

The Veterans Who Won’t Stop Being Heroes

David Brown / Jul 15, 2018

The world seems worse than ever, but heroes are all around us and veterans are leading the way.

Spear Phishing a Part of Russia’s Intervention in 2016 Election

Christopher Burgess / Jul 14, 2018

12 members of Russian military intelligence were indicted for hacking associated with the 2016 elections.

Learn Website Development Using Your GI Bill … In 14 Weeks!

Ron Kness / Jul 13, 2018

For veterans interested in learning how to code websites without spending 18 months or more going to school, there is a new VA-approved 14-week immersive program just for veterans called Code Platoon.

Battelle Memorial, MRIGlobal, Southwest Reasearch Awarded Enormous, Long-Term DTIC Contracts – DoD Daily Contracts

Caroline D'Agati / Jul 13, 2018

Each has been awarded a maximum $28B research and development contract for chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear (CBRN) labs for Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC). 

Senators Voice Security Concerns as Chinese Telecom ZTE Set to Resume U.S. Business

Caroline D'Agati / Jul 13, 2018

The Department of Commerce is moving to help the Chinese telecom giant resume U.S. operations, but the deal faces bipartisan opposition in the Senate.

Trump Tussles in Brussels

Tom McCuin / Jul 13, 2018

President Donald Trump walked into the NATO summit in Brussels on Tuesday with his (metaphorical) guns blazing.