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‘Telework is not one-size-fits-all’: Agencies defend hybrid work for feds in front of House lawmakers

Left unsatisfied with the telework data available from agencies, lawmakers on the House Oversight and Accountability Committee pressed harder on a handful…

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(AP Photo/Charles Dharapak)FILE  - This Aug. 10, 2006, file photo shows the sign used as the backdrop for press briefings at the U.S. Department of State in Washington. More of the first volunteers are starting to trickle back to their desks at federal agencies in the coronavirus lockdown. In the third month after Americans began sheltering in place and worksites began closing, the Energy Department says the first voluntary returns of a small number of headquarters workers began Monday. The State Department and Agriculture Department also have some workers returning to job places this month. (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak. File)

State Dept, USAID psychiatrists spread thin as demand for mental health services overseas rises

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USAID’s first DEI director starting with demographic data for recruits, promotions

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USAID creates a new position to oversee digital technologies

There’s a new position at the U.S. Agency for International Development. It’s called the Chief Digital Development Officer.

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John Sopko

US is mostly out of Afghanistan, but not completely

The Biden administration pulled U.S. troops and pretty much everything else out of Afghanistan months ago. But the work of the special inspector general…

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USAID humanitarian aid is stored at a warehouse next to the Tienditas International Bridge on the outskirts of Cucuta, Colombia, on the border with Venezuela, Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2019. The U.S. military airlifted tons of humanitarian aid as part of an effort meant to undermine socialist President Nicolas Maduro and back his rival for the leadership of the South American nation. (AP Photo/Fernando Vergara)

How procurement supports the mission at USAID

In order to do good around the world, the U.S. Agency for International Development has to buy goods and services and make grants, around the world. It amounts to more than $20 billion a year.

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