US Gov't Pays IT Contractors Twice As Much As Its Own IT Workers
No, Federal Employees certaintly don't have a "Guaranteed Pension Rate",unless you consider $250 a month a solid pension with which to live on. Federal Employees have a 401K setup similar to the private sector (Thrift Savings Plan) - which comprises the bulk of thier retirement. Yes there is a pension, but it's typically under $1K per month, not to mention SS is factored in there - which most Feds will never see.
Keys Leaking Through the Air At RSA
Wondering how Arron Barr's presentation on Social Network went... Though I might post as "Anonymous Coward", but don't feel like having my door kicked in by the Fed's today.
Red Hat Releases RHEL 6
Actually, it's still 7 years - with an additional 3 years of "extended support" if you pay extra for it.
Northrop Grumman To Develop Brain-Wave Binoculars
Sweet! This may help me in soliciting investment capital for my tin-foil hat business.