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No More Solyndras Act would cost $1 million over four years, CBO says

Bill to revamp Energy Department loan program also would hold guilty officials liable.

GSA spent $7.7 million on four years of virtual employee travel

Telework program aimed to save money by reducing office space.

Obama issued a presidential memorandum in December 2011 on the Better Buildings Initiative.

Analysis: Time for a Power Boost

Energy performance contracts can rack up savings without upfront costs.

A rig extracts crude oil from the Gulf of Mexico in 2010.

Isaac prompts loan from petroleum reserve

The Energy Department has loaned oil in similar, emergency-type situations eight previous times.

Obama expands military suicide prevention programs

Executive order directs agencies to ramp up mental health care services for vets and families.

Nader report blasts GPO’s embrace of online publishing

Law center urges the Government Printing Office to use more paper to reach ‘disconnected’ Americans.

Apollo 11's astronauts received an $8 per diem for the mission to the moon

With deductions for the 'accommodation' provided by the spaceship.

A USPS processing and distribution center in Los Angeles

USPS receives more time to respond to Northrop Grumman lawsuit

Contractor says agency made unfair changes to mail processing equipment order.

'Bring Your Own Device' for Beginners

New guidance will help agencies establish policies on using personal devices for work.

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