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With tens of thousands of workers let go over the past several months by tech behemoths such as Alphabet, Amazon, Meta, and Microsoft, the National Security Agency is joining other federal agencies positioning themselves to benefit.

Molly Moore, NSA’s deputy director of workforce support activities, told Nextgov that “we absolutely are trying to take advantage of these tech layoffs” to bolster the agency’s tech and cyber workforce. She said these efforts have included “augmenting [our] current recruitment strategy to reach these audiences through social media, participation at job fairs and expanding the locations of job postings.”

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