The Morning Federal Newscast is a daily compilation of the stories you hear plans for pilot programs expanding union bargaining to issues such as the number and qualifications of employees assigned to a particular project, the technology involved and the methods of work. Once approved, the tests will have to be completed by November. Participating agencies include the Departments of Homeland Security, Veterans Affairs, Labor and Treasury.
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