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Please, Let’s Put an End to the Notion of Moving Agencies Out of Washington

Disruptively relocating headquarters and the employees who work in them makes less sense than ever.

GovExec Daily: The 2021 Government Hall of Famers and Teddy Award Winners

GovExec Media's Tom Shoop joins the podcast to discuss The Government Hall of Fame and The Theodore Roosevelt Government Leadership Awards

Republicans Renew Efforts to End Mass Telework, Call for Hearings

Maximum telework has "outlived its usefulness to protect federal employees," a group of Republicans says.

Will Federal Employee Unions Challenge Biden’s Vaccine Mandate in Court?

Several major labor groups said they won’t, but some are leaving open the possibility.

Best Dates to Retire 2022

The annual calendar showing optimal days to move on from government. 

Racial Division, Troops’ Role in Protests Has Hurt Minority Recruiting, Air Force Says

Black interest in military service plummeted after the George Floyd protests. Can the Pentagon undo the damage?

Texas Troopers Create 'Steel Wall' of Patrol Vehicles in Del Rio as Feds Continue to Repatriate Haitians

Gov. Greg Abbott says the line of law enforcement and military vehicles is stopping migrants from crossing the Rio Grande into Del Rio, where the number of migrants camped under a bridge keeps dropping.

Government Leadership at its Best: Meet the 2021 Teddy Award Winners

From introducing autonomous vehicles in the national parks to defending space, these leaders exemplify excellence.

Learn to Use Data or Risk Dying in Battle, New Army Project Teaches

Project Ridgway pushes soldiers to use—and even create—the artificial-intelligence tools that will confer military advantage.

Evidence Shows That, Yes, Masks Prevent COVID-19 – and Surgical Masks Are the Way to Go

Since the coronaviurs first began spreading around the globe, people have debated how effective masks are at preventing COVID-19. A year and a half in, what does the evidence show?

GovExec Daily: Booster Shots and More Vaccine News

Courtney Bublé joins the podcast to discuss the latest COVID-19 news that she has been covering.

Watchdog Still Reviewing Trump Administration's Handling of Some Ukraine Funds 

GAO found that the Trump team broke the law by withholding $214 million in Defense funds for policy reasons, but is still looking at another $168 million in State Department funds.

What Federal Employees Should Know About Their Pay If There Is a Shutdown at the End of This Month

Unlike previous closures, furloughed workers would be guaranteed retroactive compensation once government reopens.