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Windfall/Offset repeal, COLA reform: Now or ever?

Depending on which side you’re on, GPO and WEP either rightly save taxpayers a lot of money or, more commonly, they rob tens of thousands of retirees…

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Mary Kombolias: GPO chemist wins patent for secure document adhesive testing

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DHS, GPO get ‘new’ IT executives; VA losing long-time acquisition leader

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State expects 21 million passport applications this year, and is ready for them

Brenda Sprague, the State Department’s deputy assistant secretary for passport services, said the agency has made major changes to its people, process…

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Proposed rule clarifies privileges for presidential records disclosure

The National Archives and Records Administration is proposing a rule that clarifies public disclosure of presidential records, and the rights of a current…

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John Crawford: 50 years in federal service and going strong

Fifty years is a long time for a federal career, but we found one employee who joined federal service during the Lyndon Johnson administration. John Crawford, managing director of plant operations for the Government Publishing Office, tells Eric White on Federal Drive with Tom Temin he has no plans to retire anytime soon.

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