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Labor Department: Contractors should not send pre-sequester layoff notices

Such actions aren't needed because it's not certain a sequester will go into effect, ruling states.

New website links government contractors with former feds shows promise as it enters a competitive market, analyst says.

Report suggests sweeping changes to CFC

Federal employees’ charity campaign should expand donor base and get a website, commission finds.

Workers spend 650 hours a year on email

About 28 percent of our time in the office is spent managing our inboxes.

The WordPress Example

Founder Matt Mullenweg says his company employs about 120 people spread out across 90 cities.

Interior, Energy finalize strategy for solar power production on public lands

Plan identifies suitable land, speeds permitting and maps transmission lines for major projects.

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.

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