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Walter Cronkite Predicts Telework Way Back in 1967

“With equipment like this in the home of the future, we may not have to go to work.”

IRS stands by ID’s for tax preparers amid challenge to its authority

Agency plans to appeal recent ruling over its regulation of preparers.

The 5 Things Successful Women in Government Do

Rise to the top with these five tips.

3 Ways Social Media is Improving Government

How advanced sharing affects the way government agencies operate.

Feds anticipate the worst as spending cuts loom

Most federal workers believe their agency will have to furlough employees if sequestration occurs.

Record numbers feel threatened by government

Poll finds Americans think government infringes on rights and freedoms.

Key dates for the furlough-wary: A timeline

As budget battles continue, here are a few critical deadlines that could affect your job and pay.

National Weather Service exec fired after controversial comments

Sequestration is “penny-wise and pound-foolish,” Proenza tells Post.

Why did the lights go out at the Super Bowl?

Entergy New Orleans who provides power to the Super Dome called the outage an abnormality.