For decades, the department has interpreted the Constitution to err on the side of country first. Now all that has changed.
Clearancejobs.com's Evan Lesser joins the program to talk about his site's survey of cleared job seekers and employees.
Agencies received lower scores for holding contractors responsible for privacy requirements.
Meanwhile, a California education official this week said it would take at least $500 million to get students there the computers and internet access they need, and asked the private sector to help.
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Chairman of House Oversight and Reform subcommittee says instructing the Thrift Savings Plan not to shift international investments to a broader index effectively “politicized” the independent agency.
Between 17% and 69% of workers in their probationary period who filed whistleblower retaliation complaints were fired in 2018, GAO finds.
Thousands of users accessed the new calculator on its initial day of launch.
“Federal workers and the American people deserve better,” said a watchdog organization.
Women of color, single mothers, and women over the age of 55 have been particularly hard hit.
Democratic congressional leaders expressed alarm at the sudden acceleration and requested the government “cease this practice immediately.”
New information from the Indian Health Service calls into question why the agency purchased expensive medical gear that it now cannot use as intended.
Districts that can largely support themselves with local tax dollars are in a better position as the economic downturn continues.
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“The key to being a good leader is to begin with a clear vision, but then be willing to listen to others for their ideas on how to adapt that vision to circumstances,” Ambassador Green says.
ZipLine, whose drones have delivered more than 100,000 packages in Africa, will begin flights in North Carolina.
Telework, staggered schedules and use of new technology are some of the ways intelligence officials are keeping themselves and the information they gather safe.
Eric Katz joins the show to discuss the ways different offices will reopen across the federal government.
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