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When the pandemic hit, VA was more ready than its patients

When the pandemic hit the United States, the VA famously switched to mostly virtual visits for primary health care. But telehealth did have some issues.

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Committee to reform House is off to a running start in the 117th Congress

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Will the coronavirus be the push Congress needs to modernize long-standing inefficiencies?

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Choosing a safe conferencing tool in the era of mass telework

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What’s in the stimulus bills for the federal workforce?

For some of the prospects, WTOP congressional correspondent Mitchell Miller joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

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Coronavirus pushed Air Force to move industry engagements online. Officials wish it had been sooner.

The Air Force’s top acquisition official says his service has seen so much success with virtual events that it’s never going back to in-person-only industry…

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FILE - In this Oct. 29, 2019, file photo, smartphone apps are shown, in Miami, USA.  Britain's Information Commissioner’s Office on Wednesday Jan. 22, 2020, released a new set of standards aimed at protecting children’s online personal details privacy for social media sites, games and other online services. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee, File)

No — you can’t wear your political campaign shirt on a work Zoom call, OSC says

The same Hatch Act rules apply for federal employees while they’re working from home during the pandemic, the Office of Special Counsel said earlier this week in new guidance.

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