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Amelia Brust/Federal News NetworkADA, Return to Office

If they only knew: How ADA awareness can block RTO for government staff

During the pandemic, many government employees experienced the benefits of working from home, including increased productivity and better work-life balance.

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(U.S. Navy graphic by Oliver Elijah Wood)Graphic highlighting watch floor of the U.S. Navy. Fleet Cyber Command

In ‘paradigm shift,’ DoD looks to move more equipment maintenance overseas

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A conversation with Susan G. Komen CEO Paula Schneider

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Supreme Court, Chevron deference

GOP lawmakers see post-Chevron opportunity to ‘retake’ power from regulatory agencies. Experts doubt it’ll work

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Election 2024 Trump

House Oversight panel subpoenas Secret Service director to testify on Trump assassination attempt

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Troubled background investigation system still under review at Pentagon

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VA bonuses, Veterans Homeless Grants

VA warns of historic $15B budget shortfall. House committee says more hiring ‘above all’ is driving up costs

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water, critical infrastructure, Coal Waste Clean Energy

Safeguarding critical infrastructure: Addressing threats to the water sector

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Derace LauderdaleFederal buildings and real estate

Federal buildings board: Agencies can save billions by shedding ‘vastly underutilized’ office space

GSA has sold 10 of a dozen properties on PBRB’s list of high-value recommendations, and expects to sell another property by the end of July.

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Classified Documents

NARA sees requests to transfer nearly 1M cubic feet of records ahead of deadline

NARA has approved limited exceptions to the electronic records deadline, but many agencies have shifted away from paper-based processes.

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The Labor Department building

Why a federal court sunk a raft of construction industry rules from the Labor Department

One rule would have imposed so-called prevailing wage rates on every federal contract.

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