The role of AI in federal facility safety

As we navigate a landscape of evolving threats and heightened security needs, integrating AI-driven solutions in federal facilities is not just a forward-thinking…

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(Photo courtesy of the General Services Administration)The new DHS headquarters, which GSA is managing, includes green roofs, and other green buildings features.
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Telework redux: A day in the life of one D.C. office

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Telework ‘essential’ to remaining a competitive employer, Interior official tells Congress

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FAA Outage

FAA rethinks its return-to-office policy, sets lower in-person goal than previously expected

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A big uptick in federal agencies’ deferred facility maintenance backlogs

The most talked about Government Accountability Office report confirmed what a lot of people suspected: Federal offices are largely unoccupied. It is a…

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FILE - In this Sept. 15, 2020, file photo, federal law enforcement personnel patrol outside the Sandra Day O'Connor Federal Courthouse in Phoenix. The U.S. Marshals Service lacks the capability of adequately detecting threats against federal judges across the nation and uses outdated security equipment to protect judges’ homes, the Justice Department’s inspector general said Wednesday.  (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin, File)

Officers guarding fed facilities to get retention incentive amid staffing shortages

The Federal Protective Service is still facing steep staff shortages amid a rise in threats to government employees and facilities.

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Future budget resolution made tougher by present ‘laddered CR’

The government is open on this short holiday week – and it will stay that way through at least the first couple months of the new year. That is thanks to a continuing resolution Congress passed and the president signed late last week. But the way Congress went about it is going to make things complicated – and maybe harder to pass full appropriations bills for 2024. For more on this, Federal News Network Deputy Editor talked with Mitchell Miller, WTOP Capitol Hill correspondent.

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