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High school students won the two top cash prizes for their uses of congressional data in web and mobile applications. [Read More]
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Federal employee unions worry that labor relations officials that push back on recent executive orders could face retaliation from leadership. [Read More]
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The bill now moves on to the full Senate appropriations committee, which will have final determination of which components make it to the Senate floor. [Read More]
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A group of 26 senators criticized Office of Personnel Management justifications for proposals that would eliminate or reduce a number of federal retirement benefits. [Read More]
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The General Services Administration asked for agency insight on how best to manage data on federal IT spending. [Read More]
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A lack of documentation and failure to follow up with claims in a timely manner leaves the IRS workers' compensation program open to fraud, according... [Read More]
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The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau experienced a dramatic leadership shakeup as two officials attempted to claim ownership of the acting director post. [Read More]
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The Department of Housing and Urban Development told union representatives they would no longer have use of agency office space to conduct business. [Read More]
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For tech companies, government contracts promise big money and relative security. But they are also a slippery slope. [Read More]
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The Technology Modernization Fund would receive a 50 percent increase in funding for 2019 under a committee-approved appropriations bill. [Read More]
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Now more than ever government agencies have top-level backing, funding and momentum to overhaul outdated technologies and revamp the federal IT infrastructure. [Read More]
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