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Should feds go back to office? Here’s a thought: Ask them!

We asked a random group from around the nation what they think about return-to-office plans.

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(AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar)A postal worker loads a delivery vehicle at the United States Post Office in Cranberry Township, Pa., Wednesday, Aug. 19, 2020. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar)

USPS meets financial health goal, falls short on delivery, CX targets in FY 2021

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How Health and Human Services is helping with the medical emergency in Ukraine

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Aside from G, all TSP funds drop for June

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Abortion bans cause privacy, financial issues for service members, despite DoD’s efforts

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Federal groups, unions back paid leave for feds seeking abortion services

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Charles Rettig

IRS backlog metrics ‘don’t translate’ into workforce efforts, commissioner says

The Electronic Tax Administration Advisory Committee, in its annual report to Congress, found the IRS experienced over 100 continuing resolutions since…

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New clearance ideas aim to make national security workforce more mobile, diverse

Inconsistent policies and processes are making it harder for defense and intelligence agencies to recruit and retain the people with critical skills.

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DOEPete McGrail, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Energy Department

Energy explores new way to harvest precious metals to help U.S. reserves

One planned pilot project, co-funded with industry by the Energy Department’s Office of Fossil Energy, is in the works right now at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.

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