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Don't Ask, Don't Tell and Joint Strike Fighter issues are only the beginnings of the hurdles for the bill. Jodi Schneider, Senior Editor at American Banker, explains.
Small Business Prime Contractor of the Year, Kalimex, reopened the stairs to the crown in the Statue of Liberty for the first time since 9/11, ensuring visitors' safe ascent up the famous double helix stairway to the observation level in the statue's crown. Vice-president Kevin O'Brien walks us through it.
Utilizing custom and open source technology You2Gov provides cutting edge Government 2.0 platforms to people, companies, trade associations and government agencies. CEO Alan Silberberg gives us a peek at how it's all done.
OPM opens care benefits to same-sex partners, Coast Guard replaces on-scene Gulf spill admiral, EMP weapon developed for border security
In a strategic organizational shift designed to achieve long-term business objectives, USPS has announced realignments within two groups representing key areas of revenue growth for the business. Jim Cochrane, the new vice president for product visibility and operational performance, explains how it all works.
Starting with 6 million acres 100 years ago, the National Park Service is now responsible for more than 84 million acres. NPS Director Jon Jarvis tells us about plans for the future.
An estimated 80% of the world's business ran on COBOL by 1997, but it might be time for your agency to explore some options. ResQSofts' Tom Bragg explains.
Federal shuttle bus services under scrutiny, Pay freeze effort defeated in House, TSA union effort denied
Debris and tar balls from the Deepwater Horizon accident has been showing up on National Park Service shores with greater frequency. Jon Jarvis, the Director of the National Park Service, tells us about plans for the future.
Unfortunately, many civil servants make errors and omit certain important tasks during their careers with the federal government. The result is that these employees may not be able to retire when they want to. We get details from Ed Zurndorfer, registered employee benefit consultant.