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Tennessee Official Accused of Running Gay Prostitution Service From His Office

A Tennessee man is on administrative leave after authorities discovered he was allegedly leaving work to have sex with men for money.

FRA Gives Green Light to Rebuild BWI Rail Station, Increase Service and Reliability

The Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) issued a Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) for the new Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI) rail station.

The Ethical Data Scientist

In the waning months of the Bloomberg administration, I worked for a time in a New York City Hall data group within the Health and Human Services division. One day, we were given a huge dataset on homeless families, which included various...Show More Summary

Aldermen to Emanuel: Step up mental health services

A group of aldermen on Wednesday urged Mayor Rahm Emanuel to step up services for the mentally ill, saying many patients have fallen through the cracks since the administration closed half of the city's mental health clinics four years ago. But the mayor's top public health official rejected the...

Microsoft is enabling Yammer by default for all eligible Office 365 commercial customers

Microsoft today is announcing that its Yammer enterprise social network will now be turned on by default for all eligible commercial customers of Office 365 suite of services. Until this point, Office 365 administrators had to set up Yammer in order to allow employees to use the service. Microsoft acquired Yammer for $1.2 billion in […]

White House welcomes Facebook move to block private gun sales

5 days agoNews : The Raw Story

The Obama administration on Monday welcomed Facebook Inc’s move last week to prohibit users from using its services to coordinate person-to-person private sales of firearms. “Obviously, we welcome steps from private entities like Facebook,” White House spokesman Josh Earnest told...

How Devs Benefit From the New U.S. Government-Wide Digital Registry API

In what is being lauded as the single most important social media initiative across the U.S. Federal Government in the past four years, the U.S. General Services Administration has released an update to the U.S. Digital Registry along with an API for end users and government agencies.

Obama Administration Seeks $4 Bn. For ‘Computer Science For All’ Initiative – India’s Top IT Firms To Offer Services [Video]

U.S. President Barack Obama wants all American children to learn computer science. For his “Computer Science For All” initiative, Obama’s administration is expecting the Congress to allocate more than $4 billion. In his weekly address, President Obama called upon America to make computer science “a basic skill”. Show More Summary

Mich. Gov. Seeks Medicaid Expansion for Kids Exposed to Lead

"Gov. Rick Snyder said Tuesday he will seek permission from the Obama administration to allow all young people in Flint the chance to receive publicly funded health care services for lead exposure amid the city's contaminated drinking water crisis."

Brickbat: Customer Service

last weekNews : Reason

The federal General Services Administration spent $75 million on a building for federal law enforcement agencies only to be told they could not use it. The problem was that the GSA did not consult with the Federal Protective Service during the design of the building. Show More Summary

America's Lands for the American People

As a former director of the United States Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) during the Clinton administration, the armed occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge by anti-government extremists has been a tragedy for me both professionally and personally. Show More Summary

AIG says if the government won't let them screw over retirees, they won't play

The latest massive offense the Obama administration has done to Wall Street is to come up with a rule telling financial services companies that their first duty is to their clients. That's such an offensive requirement, Republicans in Congress have even been trying to derail it. Show More Summary

Norway Trials New Age of E-navigation

The Norwegian Coastal Administration (NCA) initiated the first full-scale trial of e-navigation in Norwegian waters in conjunction with e-navigation technology and services company NAVTOR.

7 Ways To Make Therapy More Affordable

There's no denying therapy is a huge financial burden: Affordability was the number one reason people avoid mental health services according to a survey conducted by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. Depending...Show More Summary

College of DuPage to pay taxes on restaurant meals, school officials say

The College of DuPage has agreed to pay the federal government thousands of dollars after the Internal Revenue Service identified nearly 100 instances in one year in which administrators wrongly expensed meals at the campus' high-end restaurant, according to documents obtained by the Tribune. The...

McAuliffe administration seeks $110 million to boost services for disabled

Republican lawmakers may tap other state programs to help people with disabilities awaiting Medicaid waivers.

German Authorities and Police Crumbling Under Refugee Pressure

The German civil service and police are struggling to cope with the administration of more than a million refugees, with reports that around 600,000 have disappeared and warnings from the police union that they cannot control the borders indefinitely.

AND IN OTHER NEWS FROM YOUR NATION’S CAPITAL: Federal civil service managers aren’t supposed to use …

AND IN OTHER NEWS FROM YOUR NATION’S CAPITAL: Federal civil service managers aren’t supposed to use “administrative leave” – aka paying bureaucrats not to come to work – as a tool for inducing poor performers to quit. But the Daily Caller News Foundation Investigative Group’s Luke Rosiak finds solid evidence that agreeing to administrative leave […]

Army secretary nominee worried about cuts to Army's size

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Obama administration's nominee to be the Army's top civilian official is worried about plans to reduce the Army's size to 450,000 active-duty troops. Eric Fanning tells the Senate Armed Services Committee that improving...Show More Summary

FEDS SPEND $75 MILLION DESIGNING AND CONSTRUCTING SPACIOUS NEW BUILDING … FOR THE WRONG AGENCY! Wh…

FEDS SPEND $75 MILLION DESIGNING AND CONSTRUCTING SPACIOUS NEW BUILDING … FOR THE WRONG AGENCY! What is about the General Services Administration that attracts such corruption, incompetence and idiocy? Whatever it is – GSA is Uncle Sugar’s housekeeping agency – nobody there consulted with the Federal Protective Service about what it needed in the new […]

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