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News about NASA's budget and why the GSA wants to know how innovative you've been recently.
The Senate has passed tough new budget rules; we learn why Secretary Clinton was absent from last night's State of the Union; and a cute story about a poor, wet dog just because it's Thursday afternoon.
The President is preparing to address the nation; Afghanistan's President has promised to take more control over security in his country; and Apple has revealed its iPad.
Metro has resumed service between Rockville and Shady Grove on the Red Line; the President will announce a new plan to combat bioterrorism; and NASA abandons one of its rovers.
The GSA has appointed a director and alternate director to WMATA for four year terms.
If you work for the Senate, you should probably stop texting and driving; Metro is working on a way to allow you to pay with a credit card instead of a Metro card; and no more pictures at the National Archives.
Karl Teel, publisher of Recreation News, tells us all about it.
Learn more from the Partnership for Public Service.
Two exclusives from DorobekInsider; the government is posting a wealth of data online; and OPM has distributed a memo.
A new memo outlines how the federal government will deal with deadbeat contractors in the future; If you've made a donation to Haiti earthquake relief, you might be able to write it off your 2009 taxes; and a new poll shows many people don't want to take the census.