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Telework Data and Defense

OPM may have trouble reporting telework progress; Pentagon unveils new telework policy.

Nanoparticles of salt spread on the surface of food can make something taste far saltier than it really is.

FDA issues draft guidance on nano-food

Nano-chocolate dusted on diet foods and microscopic particles of silver to keep food smelling fresh will receive individual regulation.

No taxes, no travel: Why the IRS wants the right to seize your passport

Does the Tax Man have the right to prevent us from traveling, even without a formal charge of evasion or another crime? Maybe we're about to find out.

Make Way for Microtasking

IT platform offers up small State Department projects to eager college student volunteers.

Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., has set an April 27 deadline for GSA to hand over more details about its bonus program.

GSA Roundup: Vegas out; doing great things; more bonuses; stolen iPods

Daily highlights in the wake of GSA’s extravagant conference spending.

Feds are paying for some telework technology themselves

Despite adequate IT setups many employees are at least partially covering costs out of their own pockets, survey of 152 shows.

Power struggle at watchdog agency could undermine nuclear-plant safety

Lawmakers overseeing the Nuclear Regulatory Commission continue to raise questions about whether it is functioning effectively.

Boomers Take to Telework

Flexible work options are not just for the young.

Part Feds, Part Contractors

DHS strikes a balance in its workforce -- and saves money, too.

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