Security has always been a primary concern for government, but the definition of security – as well as the strategy to achieve it – is constantly evolving. While some things have stayed the same, other aspects of security are evolving.
Even if you’re not a journalist on the Hill beat, you may very well find yourself in a situation where you just aren’t sure what’s considered “appropriate”. So how do you figure out what to wear? We suggest these three tips that can help you determine for yourself what’s best to wear at the office.
Some things never get easier. The first moment of getting into a cold swimming pool. Resisting the box of donuts lurking in the office break room on a Friday morning. Dealing with difficult people. But some things do, and zoning into your creative mind is one of them. So next time you feel like there’s… Read more »
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Most federal agencies are somewhere in the process of their transition to the Windows 10 operating system, and you’ve probably heard about the benefits from on high, not least of which is better security. But what does that mean for the end user?
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