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Trump Administration: 'There’s Going to Be Some Issues' Meeting Deadline to Reunite Immigrant Families

Lawmakers denounce lack of interagency collaboration.

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Five States To Get A Smart Tech Boot Camp

The states will be the first in the multi-year "Smarter States, Smarter Communities" learning lab, which grows out of National Governor Association Chair Brian Sandoval's 'Ahead of the Curve' Initiative.

'Chaos' as VA Implements Executive Order Limiting Union Official Time

Union says provisions of the recent order have been enacted inconsistently, with little communication.

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Article Casts Doubt on the Legality of Trump's Administrative Law Judge EO

The move to give agencies greater latitude as they hire ALJs could be challenged under the Civil Service Reform Act, and agency implementation will need to follow the Administrative Procedures Act.

Delayed EPA Response to Water Crisis Increased Health Risks to Flint Residents, IG Finds

EPA should have intervened faster after Michigan made bad decisions.

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'Urgency Bias' Is Killing Your Productivity

Don't let it keep derailing your to-do list.

U.S. Spy Chief: ‘I Don’t Know What Happened’ in Helsinki

Director of National Intelligence Coats got another surprise Thursday: Putin is coming to town.

Play of the Day: A Second Meeting With Putin… In Washington

President Trump wants to talk to the Russian leader within a few weeks of the elections Russia is trying to hack.

Excellence in Government Then White House spokesman Sean Spicer described President Trump's inaugural crowds using what an administration official described as "alternative facts" in January 2017.

Why ‘Fake News’ Matters to Feds

People are deeply mistrustful of those who develop, publicize, and use information.

Chinese Hackers Targeted Internet-of-Things During Trump-Putin Summit

A spike in attacks sought access to devices that might yield audio or visual intelligence.

Social Security Executives Force New Contract on Administrative Law Judge Union

The agency unilaterally implemented a new collective bargaining agreement, despite months remaining on the existing one.

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