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Twitter’s IPO Avoids Delay: SEC Can Stay Open for Weeks Amid Shutdown

Twitter plans to make its IPO filing public this week.

Protestor Marilyn Elie is escorted off the grounds of the Indian Point Energy Center in Buchanan, N.Y.,  in 2011.

New York Wonders Where Nuclear Cleanup Funds Would Come From

State officials seek answers from the feds.

The National Security Agency building at Fort Meade, Md.

How to Get a $173,000 Job as the NSA’s Privacy Officer

Can you be both righteous and morally flexible?

FDA Hires Obama Campaigners to Track Its Social Media Reach

Agencies have been encouraged to track how their programs are received online.

“Federal office space has not kept up with recent transformation in technology that has put mobile devices in our pockets,” GSA Administrator Dan Tangherlini told reporters.

How Exactly GSA Plans to Provide 1 Desk for Every 2 Employees

DHS, Agriculture and HHS also tout their workplace savings, thanks to telework and other efforts.

GPS Jammers Could Knock Out Signals in a Medium-Sized City

U.S. still has no defense against GPS jamming or spoofing.

Everyone Agrees It Should Be Easier to Say How Much the Government Spends

DATA Act's proposed common codes and data standards win broad praise.

Chairman Darrell Issa, R-Calif.

Agency Heads Explain Their Use of Personal Email Accounts

Better training needed in records compliance at EPA, Energy, CFTC.

Telling Citizens What Exactly Government Does Would Cost $100 Million

Bill’s sponsor says legislation would create ‘magnifying glass’ to root out waste.

Snowden’s Background Check Deemed Inadequate

Contractor interviewed too few, says counterintelligence executive.