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Water conservation standards are crucial to addressing future challenges

COMMENTARY | When cities follow water-efficient building standards, they insulate their communities and lay the foundation for providing clean water services to growing populations.

A Philadelphia program helps parents tackle substance use with doulas

The Philadelphia Community Doula Support program can help new parents avoid overdoses and court-ordered family separations.

Indian Astronaut Headed to ISS as Nation Ramps Up Space Program

ISRO's Gaganyaan mission to send crewed spacecraft preps for launch, while successful OneWeb deal highlights India's growing role in the global space market

Army lifts curtains on planned $1B software development contract

The Army calls out specific modern practices it wants to incorporate and asks industry about others that could work here too.

Colorado takes a new—and likely more effective—approach to the housing crisis

COMMENTARY | Colorado’s transit-oriented housing has gained support among developers, city planners and environmental advocates.

Cerberus buys aviation support firm, brings in new CEO

M1 Support Services provides maintenance, training, logistics and supply chain management services to agencies like the Army and Air Force.

New regulation would allow some former feds to skirt conflict-of-interest contact requirement

A rule proposed in the Federal Register would allow for former senior employees of the Administration for Strategic Preparedness and Response to have contact with HHS officials within the conflict-of-interest restriction period of one year. 

A breakthrough could deepen US troops' dependence on Chinese batteries

The Qingdao Institute reports a new manufacturing technique that enables cells to charge quicker and age slower.

State releases details of $239 billion budget

The Division of the Budget also projects a “structural deficit” that could reach $7.25 billion in three years.

5 steps to building an early advantage in CMMC

With CMMC on the horizon, Redspin's chief information security officer Thomas Graham explains the five steps organizations should take to show they are an early adopter.

Amid mental health crisis, new compact allows social workers to practice across state lines

America is facing a shortage of social workers and other mental health providers.

Commentary: It’s make-or-break time for Penn Highlands Healthcare

One of the commonwealth’s key health systems faces an uncertain prognosis.

ManTech elevates insider to intelligence VP

Jen Rodriguez has been promoted from director to vice president of a key intelligence division at the company.

Space Force inches closer to classified remote work

The platform built by General Dynamics IT could be a popular remote-work solution for Space Systems Command.

DOD, VA need more data on how their toxic exposure tracking app is used, watchdog says

A report from the Government Accountability Office found that oversight of the joint system for centralizing toxic exposure records has fallen off, despite a growing influx of PACT Act-related claims.

Space Force inches closer to classified remote work

The platform could be a popular remote-work solution for Space Systems Command.