Tom Temin

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GSA contracting officers are driving schedule holders crazy

Contractors on the GSA’s multiple-award schedule say contracting officers are trying to re-negotiate contracts and making unreasonable demands for information.

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(U.S. Navy photo by Matthew Poynor)Naval Surface Warfare Center Indian Head

How the Navy plans to modernize its one-and-only arsenal

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Why the government should use more shared services to reduce costs

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Morocco U.S Military Exercise

Not-quite-accurate common assumption about military’s main purpose

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House passed its Defense authorization bill, but there’s a long way to go

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Election 2024 DC Primary

Awarding the best ideas for running elections

The EAC’s Clearinghouse Awards recognize best practices in election administration.

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FILE - An FBI seal is seen on a wall on Aug. 10, 2022, in Omaha, Neb. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall, File)

FBI reinstates its removal of FBI staffer’s security clearance

FBI revoked the staffer’s clearance for what it called “questionable judgment” when it came to the agency’s investigations into the attack on the U.S. Capitol.

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FILE - This Wednesday, April 14, 2016, file photo, shows a push-button landline telephone, in Whitefield, Maine. According to a U.S. government survey released Thursday, May 4, 2017, homes and apartments with only cellphone service exceeded 50 percent for the first time, reaching 50.8 percent for the last six months of 2016. On the flip side, 45.9 percent of U.S. households still have landline phones, including newer internet-based services common with cable TV and internet packages, while the remaining households have no phone service at all. More than 39 percent of U.S. households have both landline and cellphone service. (AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty, File)

Rumors targeting Social Security recipients cause inundation of SSA phone lines

A fake news article suggested that beneficiaries would get an immediate $600 payment increase.

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