A kitchen server places breakfast out in an empty cafeteria at Kyrene De Las Lomas Elementary School Thursday, April 26, 2018, in Phoenix. Teachers in Arizona and Colorado walked out of their classes over low salaries keeping hundreds of thousands of students out of school. It's the latest in a series of strikes across the nation over low teacher pay. (AP Photo/Matt York)

New plan recommends reducing food waste at federal buildings

In today’s Federal Newscast, a new federal interagency strategy from the Agriculture Department, the Food and Drug Administration and the Environmental…

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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

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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,…

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Industry feels threatened by GPO’s role in secure credential arena

Some members of industry say the Government Publishing Office is taking advantage of a loophole in Title 44 of the U.S. Code, which lets GPO produce secure…

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200 years of federal offices in photos

When you create a bureaucracy as large as the federal government, you’ve got to have a place for all those employees to work. From rural post offices to giant office buildings, federal workspaces have evolved over 200-plus years. As part of Federal News Radio’s special report, The Federal Office of the Future, this photo gallery takes a look at the way federal offices have changed over the years.

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