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Millionaire status is fleeting for thousands of TSP participants

Also in today’s Federal Newscast, the Marine Mammal Commission has its ethics called into question, and GAO is concerned the Navy is trying to impede Congressional…

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Senate appropriators propose to repeal Hyde, add tens of billions to Defense budget

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Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s supercomputer #1 on the Top 500 list

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DoD prioritizes sustainability projects to mitigate climate change impact

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(Photo courtesy of the General Services Administration)The new DHS headquarters, which GSA is managing, includes green roofs, and other green buildings features.
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Federal Sustainability Plan ‘rebuilding’ momentum on green government goals

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Energy explores new way to harvest precious metals to help U.S. reserves

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Agencies saved about half a trillion dollars via GAO recommendations over a decade

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Department of Energy Inspector General Teri Donaldson

Teri Donaldson has been inspector general of the Energy Department since 2019.

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FILE - In this Thursday, Aug. 9, 2012 file photo, sunlight reflects off solar panels on the roof of the older part of the Alabama Power building in Birmingham, Ala. The fees imposed by the Alabama Power company on customers who generate their own electricity with rooftop or on-site solar panels are now the subject of a federal lawsuit against the state's regulators. Environmental groups argue that punishing fees are purposely discouraging the adoption of solar power in the sun-rich state. (Bernard Troncale/The Birmingham News via AP)

Energy Department issues plan to safely and affordably replace old solar panels

Solar panels have a life cycle. The billions of panels covering roofs and once-pristine landscapes and maybe even your office building will all need to…

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Back to the office: When, where, and mostly, why?

According to news reports many people have, or will, quit their jobs if forced to return to an office. But does that group include feds, especially those vested in their retirement system?

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