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GSA CIO, IG spar over purchase of China-made video conferencing cameras

Lawmakers took GSA to task for purchasing 150 China-made video conferencing cameras in 2022, calling it “a very troubling episode.”

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Sloppy expense-accounts leave former government scientist owing thousands of dollars

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In this photo provided by the U.S. Navy, sailors aboard the guided missile destroyer USS Stout handle mooring lines during the ship's return to home port at Naval Station Norfolk, in Norfolk, Va., in this Oct. 12, 2020, photo. The USS Stout showed rust as it returned from the 210-day deployment. The rust was quickly removed and the ship repainted. But the rusty ship and its weary crew underscored the costly toll of deferred maintenance on ships and long deployments on sailors. (Spc. Jason Pastrick/U.S. Navy via AP)

Navy transitioning more than 200K users to new online collaboration platform next week

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

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USAID, FCC team up on improving 5G policies

The U.S. Agency for International Development and the FCC might seem like strange bedfellows, but they’ve got an interest in 5G.

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FOIA officials confront pandemic challenges in meeting records requests

The rush to mandatory telework in the early months of the coronavirus pandemic laid bare the state of agencies’ investment — or lack thereof — in…

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NSF had secure telework down to a science years ago

The 1,600 employees of the National Science Foundation started working from home in March – a familiar story to so many across the country. But NSF might have been a little more prepared to make the switch.

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