Census Bureau

2020 Census-Noncitizens

Census Bureau rethinks scope of remote work policy, consolidates office space

The Census Bureau agreed to a remote work policy last December, and a remote work policy working group has been working on implementation details.

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The National Endowment for the Arts takes the pulse of U.S. appetite for the arts

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Labor, OPM, Census dialing up AI tools to crunch data, improve mission outcomes

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FILE  - This Sunday, April 5, 2020, file photo, shows an envelope containing a 2020 census letter mailed to a U.S. resident in Detroit.  A U.S. Census Bureau director couldn't be fired without cause and new questions to the census form would have to be vetted by Congress under proposed legislation which attempts to prevent in the future the type of political interference into the nation's head count that took place during the Trump administration. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya, File)

The Census Bureau gets a report card on how it learns its lessons

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Calling all farmers: USDA wants to know how your last harvest went

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Service members see a 12% boost in housing allowance

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Agencies need to do more to break down language barriers, DOJ says

The Justice Department gave agencies 180 days to provide an update on their progress toward making services and resources more accessible to individuals…

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Bill to prevent Schedule F from resurfacing advances out of House committee

The House Rules Committee passed the Preventing a Patronage System Act favorably in a vote of 8-4 along party lines. Now, it moves to the full House floor.

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File - Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen testifies before the Senate Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs Committee hearing, May 10, 2022, on Capitol Hill in Washington. The U.S. will close the last avenue for Russia to pay back its billions in debt to international investors on Wednesday, making a Russian default on its debts for the first time since the Bolshevik Revolution all but inevitable. The Treasury Department said in a notification Tuesday that it does not plan to renew the license to allow Russia to keep paying its debtholders through American banks. (Tom Williams/Pool via AP, File)

Yellen memo calls for IRS modernization to help ID tax evasion schemes perpetrated by top earners

Also in today’s Federal Newscast, GAO recommends the military services clear up their tattoo policies.

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