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Agencies’ headquarters in DC remained ‘nearly empty’ in 2023, real-estate board finds

The Public Buildings Reform Board finds agency headquarters buildings operated at 12% of their estimated capacity, on average, from January-September 2023.

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Graphic By: Derace LauderdaleReturn to office vs Telework

Survey: Feds question the ‘why’ behind return-to-office push

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(AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana)Congress,

Congress has gotten past the foreign aid argument, or at least its leader has

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A summit for military members looking to profit from their own ideas

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GettyImages-1710421116Visual representation of cloud computing.

FEMA’s cloud journey hitting uphill portion of marathon

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military construction

Air Force investing in privatized housing, lawmakers are not sold on the idea

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Biden Administration tweaks regulations for how states, cities can use federal funding

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(Photo courtesy of NIST)An employee swipes their personal identity verification (PIV) card

New DCSA director sees a data-driven future for security clearances and more

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HHS, cybersecurity, Administration of Children and families,The Department of Health and Human Services building

A look into whether one HHS component is properly securing its cloud information systems

A new audit looks at how one agency within the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) manages its cloud computing assets.

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Defense contractor pleads guilty to bribery

At the July 3 sentencing hearing, the scheme could result in five years of corporate probation and a half-million-dollar fine.

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Fort McCoy Public Affairs Office/Scott SturkolConstruction work is shown July 22, 2022, in the 1600 block of the cantonment area at Fort McCoy, Wis., on a second new transient training troops barracks project on the post.

Facing billions in facility backlogs, DoD looks to new pilot for ‘livable communities’

Defense officials want to demonstrate a new demolition and consolidation concept at five bases over the next three years.

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