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- Health IT: A Policy Change Agent
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Karl Krumbholz, the face and force behind the General Services Administration's Networx telecommunications program, will leave government Jan. 1. He spent nearly 10 years at GSA and 26 years in the Navy.
The September 11 terrorist attacks turned all eyes on Muslims in America. For some, it was a burden. For others, it created an opportunity. Five Muslim federal workers, past and present, tell Federal News Radio's Emily Kopp how that day has shaped their careers in public service.
ATF Acting Director Kenneth Melson is stepping down immediately, according to his resignation letter today.
Tom Trabucco, director of external affairs at FRTIB, explains how the changing of the guard means for your TSP.
President Barack Obama has chosen labor economist Alan Krueger for a top administration post as the White House scrambles for solutions to boost a fragile economy with the 2012 election looming.
This year, 34 federal employees were named finalists in eight categories for their public service work.
Rod Beckstrom, ICANN's president and CEO, announced that after he finishes his current term, which ends in July 2012, he'll step down. The low-profile nonprofit organization is tasked with managing top-level Internet domains.
Katherine McIntire Peters is the Executive Editor of Government Executive.
Kim Ainsworth is the executive director of the Boston Federal Executive Board.
A dozen of the country's Federal Executive Board executive directors share the highlights and challenges of being a federal employee in their region.
Jeff Baker works for the Energy Department in Golden, Colo. He said good communication between headquarters and the field starts by understanding, listening, learning and remembering why each employee is at the agency in the first place.
An exclusive Federal News Radio survey of federal employees who work in Washington and those who work outside the D.C. metro area reveals a wide gap in opinions of each other. More than half of all federal workers outside of D.C. said their Washington office doesn't pay enough attention to them. Employees in Washington called their field offices essential and helpful.
Gloria Uyehara is the executive director of Honolulu's Federal Executive Board.
Ellen Nelson is the executive director of the San Antonio Federal Executive Board.
Cindy Hillman is the executive director of the Kansas City Federal Executive Board.
Kathrene Hansen is the executive director of the L.A. Federal Executive Board.
Ray Morris is the executive director of the Minnesota Federal Executive Board.
LeAnn Jenkins is the executive director of the Oklahoma Federal Executive Board.
Lisa Makosewski is the executive director of the Philadelphia Federal Executive Board.
Francine Roby is the executive director of the San Francisco Federal Executive Board.