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From Nextgov.com: FCC to propose new video archive in national broadband plan

Video.gov would expand upon Data.gov by archiving agencies’ video , information from other branches of government, and allowing public and broadcast media to contribute footage.

Postal Service outlines plan to stay afloat

Increased flexibility and eliminating Saturday delivery are critical to long-term financial viability, officials say.

Alan Bersin has yet to receive a Senate hearing.

Stalled border security nomination worries former commissioners

The 57,000-employee Customs and Border Protection bureau has been without top leaders for one year.

Secretary Ray LaHood told employees to report to work unless instructed otherwise.

Congressional inaction forces Transportation to furlough 2,000

Department sends home inspectors after lawmaker blocks short-term Highway Trust Fund extension.

Lawmaker pitches Consumer Financial Protection Agency counteroffer

Sen. Richard Shelby, R-Ala., calls for a new division housed within FDIC to strengthen financial regulation.

From Nextgov.com: Army and Air Force continue to ban flash media

After U.S. Strategic Command approves limited use of USB devices , the services work on policies and procedures for the use of the media on computers and networks.

Hoyer: Comity needed to avoid widespread fiscal ruin

Majority leader says "bipartisan trust, presidential leadership and a public spirit" are needed to stabilize the country's financial situation.

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Coming soon: New guidelines on which federal jobs can be outsourced

Administration this month plans to unveil a proposal drawing a clearer line between contract and inherently governmental work.

GAO: Federal financial picture is grim

Agencies reported $98 billion in improper payments in 2009; outlays far outpace revenues over long term.

Marines storm the Hill seeking equal billing with Navy

Legislation would expand the name of the department and its secretary to the "Navy and Marine Corps."