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9/11 First Responder Brains Are 10 Years ‘Older’ Than Normal

First responders who were at the World Trade Center on September 11th, 2001 are at risk of developing dementia, two new studies show.

Tips for the 2 Kinds of People Who Work from Home

There are two kinds of work-from-home employee, research suggests. Are you a segmenter or an integrator? Here are tips for both.

Coronavirus Roundup: HHS Extends Public Health Emergency; CDC Releases New School Guidelines 

There's a lot to keep track of. Here’s today’s list of news updates and stories you may have missed.

Moms, not Dads, Lose Time to Work During Pandemic

The pandemic has worsened the gender gap among dual-earner parents. Moms have less time to work, but dads tend to clock a full 40-hour week.

Coronavirus Roundup: Concern Over FEMA Vacancies; Senator Asks CDC to Use its Special Enforcement Authority 

There's a lot to keep track of. Here’s today’s list of news updates and stories you may have missed.

GovExec Daily: How the Government Can Hire and Retain Talent Better

Jason Briefel joins the program to discuss government human capital and its challenges.

Coronavirus Roundup: Defense Has Warmed to Telework; HHS Launches New Data Site

There's a lot to keep track of. Here’s today’s list of news updates and stories you may have missed.

GovExec Daily: Navigating the Hatch Act During the Current Era

Courtney Bublé joins the podcast to examine how feds can navigate the current era and when they support issues-based causes.