Security clearances are a common requirement for government contracting positions. Most investigations for the major government agencies are conducted by the U.
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The sheer volume of security related messaging in the average workplace – including government offices – has led to what security researchers term “security fatigue” as a result of the overwhelming calls to action related to computer security.
If you have government clearance status, then there are many job opportunities available to you that are not open to general public.
The private sector has excelled at creating innovative AI solutions ranging from self-driving cars to chatbots, to voice recognition and sophisticated security technology.
Did you know that the officially observed federal holiday is not actually called President’s Day? Since neither the President nor Congress has ever declared a name change, it is still known as Washington’s Birthday in honor of founding father President George Washington.
Federal contractors with top IT skills are in high demand right now, but what specific skillsets should you have in your arsenal? Just as security and IT become more closely intertwined in the private sector, the public sector has been following suit.
Last year was an exciting year in technology and government cybersecurity and this year promises to continue that trend.
TPGS recently attended the ClearedJobs.Net Poly-Only Cleared Job Fair in Linthicum, Maryland. At the event, ClearedJobs.
You’ve put in your application and now you’ve been selected to interview for a federal government job.