• More Data Needed to Understand Impact of New Technologies on Workforce, GAO Finds

    More Data Needed to Understand Impact of New Technologies on Workforce, GAO Finds

    Fear has loomed for quite some time regarding the impact of automation on the U.S. workforce, and a recent Government Accountability Office (GAO) report only raises more questions. While the GAO was able to gather some information regarding the impact of advanced technologies on employment trends, lacunae persist. To fill these data gaps, the GAO requests that the Department of Labor (DOL) use existing or new data collection methods to better track how the workforce is impacted by new technologies.

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House Pushes for Hacker Training

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Lawmakers tacked on a requirement for specialized training for U.S. cybersecurity troops in this year’s defense authorization bill. 

 

Your Social Media Posts Could Now Cost You Your Clearance

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With the announcement Friday that investigators will now comb the Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter posts of security clearance applicants, social media has officially graduated from mere child’s play to a valuable character assessment tool.

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