Department of Justice

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Government sometimes looks like a backlog backwater

Agencies could enhance customer experience if they could permanently end their backlog of cases. But that requires investment in new staff, processes or tools.

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60th anniversary March on Washington panelists share how their agencies are still working toward the original vision of the 1963 event.

Agencies moving forward on jobs and freedom: Commemorating the 60th anniversary of the March on Washington

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How the immigration court dockets look from the judges’ point of view

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Federal Prisons

Justice is urged to tighten up its program to keep former convicts from returning to prison

A persistent problem for the federal Bureau of Prisons is the rate at which former convicts come back. 45% of released inmates end up re-arrested within…

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Investigation Tracked Child Welfare DOJ

Lots of new developments on the whistleblower front

The omnibus appropriations bill enacted last year, contains something called the Anti-Money Laundering Whistleblower Improvement Act.

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Washington D.C.’s commercial real estate industry is also wondering whether feds will return to work

The ongoing question of whether federal employees with offices in the District of Columbia will return four or five days a week, is not just a matter of restaurants and retail stores. The commercial real estate industry, which houses all of these elements, is also looking at a cloudy crystal ball.

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