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A proposed rule change by the Labor Department would give preference to contractors that hire disabled workers. All comments on the proposed change must be submitted by Tuesday.
As many as 100 uncensored versions of the book, Operation Dark Heart, have officially made their way to the streets despite the Pentagon's efforts to prevent them from being read.
David Eaves is an open government and Gov2.0 expert. He joined Chris Dorobek on the Dorobek Insider.
The federal agency in charge of worker safety is not protecting whistleblowers from employer retaliation, ProPublica reports.
Clifford Nass tells the DorobekINSIDER we can learn a lot from how we treat inanimate objects - including some lessons in leadership.
It's time to start thinking about the 2011 Service to America Medals. Tim McManus from the Partnership for Public Service tells us how to nominate someone for the awards.
The report says the federal stimulus funds were responsible for creating at least 2 million jobs nationwide in the Act's first year.
Lew said his first task would be to review every OMB program for efficiency and responsiveness to the public. When pressed by a Senate committee, however, Lew declined to comment about freezing federal pay and hiring.
Vivek Kundra, the federal Chief Information Officer, has been nominated as one of the Huffington Post's Technology Game Changers.
The program is a "leadership development program for 'rising stars' in both government and industry who have a high potential for future advancement."