Federal cyber protection knocked as outdated, behind schedule

The Hill - Opinion

By Cory Bennett – June 9, 2015 The main system used by the federal government to protect sensitive data from hacks has been plagued by delays and criticism that it is already outdated — months before it is even fully implemented. The Einstein system is intended to repel cyberattacks like the one revealed last week…

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NALC to conduct special election for director of retired members

June 8, 2015 The U.S. Department of Labor has advised the NALC that it has rejected complaints filed by four unsuccessful candidates in the 2014 election of national officers, with one exception: At the Department’s request, NALC will conduct a special election for the office of director of retired members. As previously reported, in December…

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USPS OIG Blog: Who We Are and What We Do

Sometimes it can be confusing to keep track of who does what in this postal world. The U.S. Postal Service has a wide range of stakeholders, including a few entities with oversight responsibilities. We, the Office of Inspector General (OIG), are one of those entities. The OIG, an independent agency within the Postal Service, maintains…

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