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Reveling over a new milestone in his presidency, a triumphant Barack Obama on Wednesday signed into law the most sweeping overhaul of lending and high-finance rules since the Great Depression, fundamentally changing the way the government does business with business. Jodi Schneider, senior editor with American Banker, explains.
In the wake of the Obama Administration's decision to halt or review billions of dollars worth of information technology programs, TechAmerica Foundation is convening a group of experts from industry and academia to provide recommendations for improving the way the federal government purchases and implements IT systems. Co-vice-chair Renny DiPentima explains.
U.S. War-Bill Delay Imperils Civilian Salaries; Too many supervisors promoted too fast, says MSPB; Less money for dead people: Obama signs waste law
The new emphasis on transparency and openness is requiring a different approach to leadership in many federal agencies. The NRC's Darren Ash gives us his take.
A team of over 40 civilians is going to Afghanistan to set up a distribution facility where materials are stored and issued to members of the military. Rear Admiral Thomas Traaen tells us how it works.
In addition to being able to access critical information about emergency preparedness and what to do before and after a disaster on their smartphones, disaster survivors will also be able to apply for federal assistance directly through their web enabled mobile phone devices. Richard Serino, Deputy Administrator of FEMA, explains how his agency pulled this off.
Microsoft issues temporary fix for Windows Shell zero-day
Winners of DHS' National Cybersecurity Awareness Challenge have been announced. Bruce McConnell, Counselor to the Deputy Under Secretary for National Protection and Programs Directorate at DHS, explains what happens next.
Employee travel and commuting account for the biggest category of what the White House calls indirect sources of pollution, so the main way to limit them will be encouraging employees to travel less for business and to use mass transit for their commutes. Details from Federal Environmental Executive, Michelle Moore.