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Matthew Brashears thinks he might be able to stop terrorist attacks by first understanding the social connections terrorists form.
Most of us take for granted that medicines are usually dispensed in pills or capsules by the milligram and that a sack of flour or sugar is usually dispensed by the pound. But who determines officially just what a milligram or a pound actually is? As part of our "Cool Jobs in Government" series, Federal News Radio's Max Cacas takes us to the National Institute of Standards and Technology in Gaithersburg, Maryland.
Dr. Doug Meckes says his job is more than barns and chicken coops. As director of DHS's Food, Agriculture, and Veterinary Defense Division, he helps secure the nation by protecting our food supply. And he says the role of federal vets is only growing.
New regulations decrease the burden on veterans seeking treatment and benefits for post-traumatic stress disorder.
The Transportation Security Administration has revised its decision to block access to websites deemed "inappropriate for government access" from agency computers.
Agency releases new guides to help hiring managers implement the new approach, which will replace the rule of three.
"As the new generation of information seekers primarily accesses news and other content through social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter, HUD deemed it essential that the Department get up to speed on today's popular channels of communication," HUD wrote in a press release.
Learn more about what it is and how you can apply it at your agency.
The newly-created National Declassification Center has processed and published 2% of the documents it is tasked with releasing. The center released a status report detailing its progress and the steps it plans to take in the future.
What's white and green and efficient all over? DOE hopes it's your roof.