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How the pandemic and its aftermath continue to roil the federal workforce

Eagle Hill Consulting research found the pandemic and the way it scrambled how people work has sparked what they call a great re-evaluation.

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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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FOIA officials confront pandemic challenges in meeting records requests

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NSF had secure telework down to a science years ago

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Rep. Karen Bass, D-Calif., left, speaks with Rep. Louie Gohmert, R-Texas, during a House Judiciary Committee markup of the Justice in Policing Act of 2020 on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, June 17, 2020. (Sarah Silbiger/Pool via AP)

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

Proxy voting with or without quorum, video hearings, limiting member travel and maintaining social distancing at the Capitol have required lawmakers to…

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A shuttered storefront is padlocked as the Stewart County courthouse is reflected in the town square, Tuesday, Nov. 12, 2019, in Lumpkin, Ga. The town has few available resources, only three immigration lawyers work here full time. There are no hotels and many businesses in the downtown are shuttered. (AP Photo/David Goldman)

As agencies reopen, federal buildings security sheds light on coronavirus protections

The Interagency Security Committee is looking to ensure a safe return of employees and visitors to federal buildings as more agencies to reopen offices,

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Choosing a safe conferencing tool in the era of mass telework

Like other agencies, the National Security Agency is doing more online collaboration these days.

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