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Lee Drutman: Experience matters on Capitol Hill

Congressional staff salaries are significantly lower than five years ago. In a letter to House and Senate leaders, five experts urge Congress to reverse…

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Elana Broitman: What drives good cyber hygiene?

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Federal News Countdown: Chinese President visits, DoD seeks pay changes

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Sharon Burke, Senior Fellow, New America Foundation

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Federal News Countdown: A wonk in the Pentagon, ISIS threat

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Sharon Burke, New America Foundation

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Sharon Burke, International Security Program, New America Foundation

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Alan Davidson, Open Technology Institute, New America Foundation

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Some advocate for banking services as USPS savior

The Postal Service should once again offer
government-backed savings and accept deposits
like it did in 1911, an expert said. Those
services have proved…

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Analysis: Debt ceiling ‘grand bargain’ needed

Maya MacGuineas, president of the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget and the director of the Fiscal Policy Program at the New America Foundation,…

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Smart Grid ending before it starts?

Maryland recently denied Baltimore Gas and Electric Company authorization to deploy smart meters, arguing the potential financial and technological risks to consumers outweighed the benefits. Is this the beginning of the end for the Smart Grid? We ask Lisa Margonelli, director, Energy Policy Initiative at the New America Foundation.

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