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Rep. John Sarbanes (D-Md.) explains why he thinks the Telework Improvements Act will benefit the federal government.
Find out about all of the different and interesting federal jobs highlighted during our special report. Plus, tell us about your cool or unusual federal job.
Most of us take for granted that medicines are usually dispensed in pills or capsules by the milligram and that a sack of flour or sugar is usually dispensed by the pound. But who determines officially just what a milligram or a pound actually is? As part of our \"Cool Jobs in Government\" series, Federal News Radio\'s Max Cacas takes us to the National Institute of Standards and Technology in Gaithersburg, Maryland.
Dozens of communities nationwide will soon enjoy major transit improvements, including new streetcars, buses, and transit facilities. Federal Transit Administration head Peter Rogoff gives us the details.
As Postmaster in Hot Springs, N.C. along the Appalachian Trail, Rosemary Allen meets hikers from all over the world. She describes her work and the unique relationships it allows her to create in today\'s installation of Cool Jobs in Government.
As a magnitude 3.6 quake struck the D.C. area just a few minutes past 5 a.m. this morning, the USGS stood ready within moments with answers. Geophysicist Jessica Sigala said it\'s all part of her really cool job in government.
If Congress has its way you soon may be telecommuting at least one day a week. So what\'s the timetable and how\'s it supposed to work? Senior Correspondent Mike Causey has some of the answers!
J. David Cox AFGE National Secretary-Treasurer John Rowan President, Vietnam Veterans of America Michael Castelle National Fair Practices Coordinator, AFGE Council of Prison Locals Phil Glover National Legislative Coordinator, AFGE Council of Prison Localsbr>
Dr. Richard Fischer watches solar weather like a meteorologist watches hurricanes. He says that improvements in technology are actually increasing our vulnerability to solar events.
Federal News Radio continues to highlight unorthodox ways that some feds spend their days with a visit to the National Institute of Standards and Technology.
What does teleworking in government have to do with those two-way wrist radios of the 1950s? More than you think according to Senior Correspondent Mike Causey.
As Animal Keeper for Great Cats and Bears at the National Zoo, Kristen Clark has some \'wild\' days. But she says caring for the animals takes a combination of scientific inquiry and respect. She also reveals that her lion pride might see some new members come this fall.