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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.

GSA employee works for Kansas City office, lives in Honolulu

Government has spent $24,000 on the teleworker’s travel in the past year.

HR and tech managers aren’t on the same page

Plans for bringing on future IT leaders need improvement, study finds.

The Chevrolet Volt

Electric car chargers coming to Congress

The installation is ahead of demand.

What it's like to be filmmaker to the president

Arun Chaudhary dishes about his experiences as the first official White House videographer.

Work-Life Balance Goes Mobile

IT pros say their devices save them time; cyber crash course could be just what your career needs.

Agency handling of Recovery Act praised in new book

Journalist calls Obama stimulus one of history’s `most important and least understood’ laws.

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