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So far this political season, OSC has fired one federal employee and suspended another without pay for 120 days. Attorney Debra Roth has some tips for not joining the list.
This will be the first formal training program ever for Arlington National Cemetery employees.
New rules will help reduce the time it takes to decide applications for disability benefits from those persons with the most severe disabilities. Commissioner Michael Astrue explains.
Defense is quietly taking on an expanding role in defending U.S. critical infrastructure from cyber attacks.
An American soldier was charged Wednesday with killing two fellow U.S. troops and wounding a third after an argument last month in a former Iraqi insurgent stronghold turned deadly.
The administration has been shifting its focus toward determining what it wants agencies to accomplish, rather than first defining the lines of authority.
A mathematical model that addresses factors such as a nation's technological capabilities, economic resources and geopolitical standing could eventually help determine whether that state would pursue a nuclear weapons capability. Professor Man-Sung Yim explains.
When your agency funding comes through may be the best indicator of how much you're getting. The Hill's Bob Cusack explains.
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More than 200 Washington, D.C.-area high school students and teachers learned about the exciting career opportunities in the field of cybersecurity today during the Northrop Grumman Corporation Cybersecurity Education Workshop. Northrop's Diane Miller gives us the details.