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The goal for the 2010 Management of Change Conference is to continue the tradition by assembling an array of technical and program experts to address the government's IT strategic agenda and share the strategies, tools and best practices that lead to success through collaboration. Anchor Tom Temin has the latest.
Presented by GSA, the Interagency Resources Management Conference (IRMCO) brings robust content, renowned thought-leaders, engaged attendees, and sponsors with solutions specific to this topic, to connect and network with each other. Tom Temin gives us an update.
Federal News Radio's dream team gives their assessment of what the elections mean for your job.
A photo gallery from the 2010 Executive Leadership Conference.
Photos from the 2010 Excellence in Government Conference, which was held at the Ronald Reagan Building in Washington, D.C. Federal News Radio broadcast live from the event.
Kodak moments from Federal News Radio's coverage of IRMCO 2010 from Cambridge, Md.
The U.S. Postal Service (USPS) reduced the amount of carbon dioxide it emitted by more than 1 million metric tons. Federal News Radio asked Emil Dzuray, acting chief sustainability officer, to explain how the agency pulled it off.