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Preschoolers eat lunch at a day care center, Monday, Oct. 25, 2021, in Mountlake Terrace, Wash. Child care centers once operated under the promise that it would always be there when parents have to work. Now, each teacher resignation, coronavirus exposure, and day care center closure reveals an industry on the brink, with wide-reaching implications for an entire economy's workforce. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)

IG warns DOE about the lack of background checks at its agency-run child care centers

In today’s Federal Newscast: The First workday of 2022, brought Feds in DC their first snow day of 2022. A local union president said just closing some…

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Sloppy expense-accounts leave former government scientist owing thousands of dollars

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A user holds a Samsung Tab S3 Android tablet, Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2017, during a press briefing in New York. The new tablet will come with many of Samsung's fire-prone Note 7's features, including an S Pen stylus and a richly colored screen. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)

Recent travel guidance for using government devices gives best practices in unsecure countries

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This federal scientist developed something you can’t see but will help the electrical grid

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The Energy Department directs a prize challenge program to historically underserved groups

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DoD looking into what happens if the most important briefcase in the world goes missing

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Energy’s Nevada National Security Site’s Network 2025 vision laying the foundation for the future

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Cooperation between the corporate and federal sectors still has a long way to go

The ongoing ransomware attacks have everybody spooked. Congress and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency are both contemplating ways to…

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FILE - This June 5, 2015, file photo, shows a view of the Homeland Security Department headquarters in Washington. Less than a year after being on the verge of furloughing about 70% of employees to plug a funding shortfall, the federal agency that grants citizenship, green cards and temporary visas wants to improve service without a detailed plan to pay for it, including waivers for those who can't afford to pay fees, according to a proposal obtained by The Associated Press. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh, File)

Energy and Homeland Security team up to help agencies cut their energy bills

The Energy and Homeland Security departments have agreed to work together to cut energy consumption and carbon production by DHS facilities.

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The Energy Department pursues cleaner and more efficient biofuel

Biofuel will be part of the country’s energy future – that’s why the Energy Department’s ARPA-E is spending some $35 million in grant dollars to improve the efficiency of making this class of fuel.

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