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The Navy's USS Princeton uses a 50-50 blend of advanced biofuel and traditional petroleum-based fuel.

Insiders: GOP won’t stop Pentagon’s green-energy push

Most surveyed by National Journal believe biofuels will survive opposition.

Microtasking Mania?

Agencies want to know more about the new way of working.

Military contractors to take aim at Defense cuts -- and other news

Military contractors; Justice v. Apple; and avoiding a shutdown fight.

GSA chief speaks on employee morale, agency flaws

Tangherlini asks IT contractors for help with modernizing.

Prostitutes, corporate gifts and harassment trigger Treasury investigations

Department takes a tough line on improprieties, documents show.

The Next Big Telework Thing: Better Tallies

Measures of telework success should rely less on hours at home and more on quality of work.

Bill to limit conference and travel costs wouldn’t actually save money

GSA Act would shift expenses to telecom and IT, CBO says.

DATA Act might have saved GSA from scandal

Information collected under the bill could have tipped off IG earlier, vendors say.

Telework triumph doesn’t mean agencies can rest on their laurels

Challenges remain despite a glowing progress report, analyst says.

More than 20 percent of employees now telework, OPM says

More feds are working from remote locations since the 2010 law was enacted.

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