IRS Begins Privatization of Long-Term Tax Debt Collection

Union says federal employees slated to lose their jobs should be retrained for the positions.

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Cities Have the 'Ability to Coalescence That Bottom-Up Movement' to Fix Racial Inequalities

At a pivotal point in U.S. history, local governments and the private sector must collaborate to close opportunity gaps where the federal government cannot, according to social justice experts.

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Boston’s Redevelopment Rebranding; California’s New Fishing Rules

Also in our State and Local Daily Digest: Racism in Delaware government, fire-damaged bridge that nearly collapsed reopens in Pittsburgh; and Butte business owners vs. homeless

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Senate Fails at Two Attempts to Move Ahead With Bill Preventing a Shutdown

Funding for Flint, Mich., remains contentious, along with new VA whistleblower office.

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Nod More, and Other Absurd Yet Useful Meeting Tips From a Former Google Manager

“It doesn’t matter if your Venn diagram is wildly inaccurate; in fact, the more inaccurate, the better.

Commerce Supervisor's Fundraising Activities Ran Afoul of Hatch Act

Special Counsel says Republican was warned against seeking political contributions.

2017 FEHBP Premiums to Be Unveiled Wednesday

Enrollees paid an average of 7.4 percent more toward their health insurance premiums in 2016.

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Clinton Wins Debate, But Did She Win Over Voters?

Trump missed opportunities to exploit her weaknesses, yet managed to clear the low bar of expectations.

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A Case Study in How Men Interrupt Women in Professional Situations

Monday's presidential debate will be shown in gender studies classes for years to come

Play of the Day: Hillary Clinton Had a Great Time at the Debate

She was smiling the entire time and perhaps was even dancing.

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How Data is Radically Changing the Federal Government

By making information accessible to the public, agencies are serving citizens more effectively.

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What Federal Employees Should Know From the First Trump-Clinton Debate

Cutting regulations, stiffing contractors and new roles for federal agencies come up in debate.


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