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Soldiers go unpaid thanks to Army payroll problems

The deficiencies also threaten Pentagon audits.

Federal prosecutor under fire for anonymously commenting on news website

Forensic linguist matches language in online posts to legal briefs.

Telework Security and Etiquette

Significant gaps still exist in ensuring secure remote network access for federal workers.

The Federal Workforce in 2020

What always-on younger generations will bring to the workforce.

Nuclear commission issues first Fukushima safety orders

Operators of the 104 U.S. nuclear reactors will have till the end of 2016 to comply with updated requirements.

Play of the Day -- The new iPad for president?

Colbert says new Apple product could be nominee.

Lawmakers seek agency policies on email surveillance

After FDA whistleblower case, Congress looks into privacy limits.

Telework Week Is 60,000 Strong (And Counting)

Telework Exchange's annual event runs March 5-9.

CDC cuts could harm biodefense efforts

Proposed budget reductions would hit state and local readiness programs.

Upward Bound

Cloud computing could reinvent the way many federal agencies operate.

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