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Last year a team of federal investigators, as part of the national effort to mitigate the opioid crisis, indicted 73 licensed medical practitioners for enabling the addiction crisis in Appalachia.
How the DEA made the move away from the pre-COVID office life to telework was aided by already having the foundation in place.
The Drug Enforcement Administration has made a number of moves to help in the federal response to coronavirus.
The Government Accountability Office has found way the DEA could tighten up the quality and governance of the data.
Responding to a law enacted in 2018 the DEA is proposing new regulations for how it grants quotas in an effort to curb addiction.
In today's Federal Newscast, Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington obtained hundreds of emails showing VA officials questioned the Mar-A-Lago crowd's influence on electronic health record modernization.
Texas Rep. Michael McCaul's bill would create groups of cyber first responders in the event of a cyber attack on the government or private sector.
The Energy Department’s Federal Energy Management Program Office made four awards under its Assisting Federal Facilities with Energy Conservation Technologies (AFFECT) program to help agencies get over the hump on renewable energy projects.
A new report released by the Justice Department Inspector General’s office states that the DEA’s policies regarding use of high-risk confidential sources are out of compliance with the Attorney General’s guidelines. The IG says a lack of oversight for issues such as how sources are used, how actions in operations are sanctioned, and how benefits to sources are awarded could put operations at risk.
Debra Roth hosts a roundtable discussion of federal law enforcement issues, and how agency interaction has changed since 9/11. November 15, 2013