The agency is actively engaging stakeholders to create new opportunities for training and innovation.
'Dirtbag,' 'Savages,' 'Subhuman': A Border Agent’s Hateful Career and the Crime That Finally Ended It
Border Patrol agent Matthew Bowen had been investigated for years before he used his 4,000-pound truck to assault a fleeing migrant.
Scientists say new ROBOpilot completed a two-hour test flight, essentially turning a manned plane into a drone.
Watchdog found multiple instances where career employees were retaliated against, or denied promotions, because of a perception that they were “Obama holdovers.”
Patti Casey, an environmental surveillance program manager for the state of Vermont, oversees three tick-monitoring programs, including one where she collects ticks by mail from residents.
The “AI co-designers” would help the Pentagon rapidly blueprint secure weapons, vehicles and other network-connected platforms, and suggest designs humans haven’t yet conceived.
Pay & Benefits
Trump is likely to announce by the end of August his intent to institute a pay freeze, and Congress would need to override him.
It’s another example of federal automation at work.
It would be convenient if the Vulcan mind-meld were a real thing, but it’s not.
From Clara Barton to the Apollo 11 crew, these exemplary individuals have made historic contributions to American government.
Donald Trump told factory workers "if you're wealthy, it doesn't matter" while touting his love of the job.
Akron’s planning director says there’s a chance that what’s now a “concrete trench” could one day become a park.
Critics of the Labor Department proposal say it will sanction discrimination.
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