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One thing about the Biden administration that’s pretty stable

Relative to other recent presidents, White House staff turnover during the Biden administration has been low. Turnover reached 35% 2022 and dropped to…

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The administration’s DEI leader brings experience from work at the state level

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Congressman investigates ‘overreach’ of ‘coercive’ 2021 vaccination order for federal employees

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Congress Failed Banks

Is Congress even capable of thinking rationally about spending

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Biden Budget

What’s next for the Biden administration’s up, up, up budget proposal

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The Biden administration has a new challenge emerging for the second half of the term

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Biden administration outlines more plans to improve federal services, access to data

The White House’s Open Government National Action Plan contains five key themes, largely underscored by the administration’s emphasis on advancing…

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A snapshot of federal rule-making and its wide scope

Rulemaking is one of the most widespread activities in the federal government. And while there are extensive rules for rulemaking itself, the extent of…

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A view of an iphone showing the new NHS COVID-19 mobile phone application after the app went live on Thursday morning in London, Thursday, Sept. 24, 2020.  A new report group says digital contact tracing apps, artificial intelligence and other tech tools that European governments rolled out to combat COVID-19 failed to play a key role in solving the pandemic and now threaten to make such monitoring widely accepted. The nonprofit research group AlgorithmWatch said Thursday, Dec. 9, 2021 that the health surveillance technologies many countries deployed were often adopted without enough transparency, safeguards or democratic debate.  (AP Photo/Frank Augstein, File)

What government can learn from marketers

Greg Schlichter of TransUnion says it’s difficult to know why eligible people are not participating in government programs designed to help them. But marketers could have insight for agencies on this.

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