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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.

The Upside of High Turnover

In the competitive cybersecurity field, allowing movement can help recruit from a narrow pool of talent.

EPA proposes first-ever climate rules

Rule is sure to reignite a fight over climate change both in Congress and on the campaign trail.

The average temperature has risen more than four degrees in parts of Alaska since 1971, creating higher sea levels and erosion problems.

First major climate regs from Obama EPA sure to stir political debate

Long-awaited global-warming regulations could arrive Tuesday.

ACLU: New domestic intelligence rules undermine privacy, security

Rules allow the National Counterterrorism Center to store private information about Americans, even if they aren't suspected of being terrorists.

Soldiers go unpaid thanks to Army payroll problems

The deficiencies also threaten Pentagon audits.

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