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From Nextgov.com: Treatment program agency shows how a dashboard can work

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration tracks in near real time the results of state and local efforts to inform federal officials and Congress -- and soon the public.

The Anti-Everything Mood

Voter frustration with Washington has reached the boiling point.

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Obama chooses executive branch veteran for Supreme Court slot

Elena Kagan would be the first justice in almost 40 years who has never served as a judge.

Watchdog calls for drug-marketing scrutiny

Concerns include whether adequate safeguards exist to protect people if firms use personal information to target drug-related online ads at consumers.

Industry group seeks to highlight impact of insourcing on small businesses

New coalition, led by former career federal acquisition official, says now is not the time to pull jobs out of the private sector.

Secretary of State lauds high-performing senior executives

Hillary Rodham Clinton calls Distinguished Rank Award winners ‘the backbone, the nervous system, the intelligence of our government.’

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Majority leader wants budget resolution by Memorial Day

Finding middle ground on discretionary spending levels is proving difficult.

Canadian firm to become bigger player in U.S. federal IT market

Purchase of U.S.-based defense and intelligence technology provider will position the Montreal company to do more business in the Beltway.

Defense Acquisition University president to retire

Frank Anderson, longtime leader of the organization, is set to leave at the end of the month.

GOP senator blocks disaster relief funding

Sen. Tom Coburn, R-Okla., opposes the measure because it would contribute to the deficit.

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