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When the GSA inspector general began investigating a lavish $823,000 2010 conference in Las Vegas, it was only a matter of time before he would decide whether or not to refer charges to the Justice Department. He did, and the Federal Times beat the competition (including the Washington Post) with an exclusive.
Budget cuts are causing years’ worth of delays and driving up the cost of the Department of Homeland Security’s headquarters consolidation project by at least a half-billion dollars, according to department estimates obtained by Federal Times.
When Dan Tangherlini became assistant secretary of the Treasury in 2009, he inherited a 700-square-foot corner office. But he gave it up — the reproduction of George Washington’s desk, an antique conference table and even his door — for a 100-square-foot workspace. His message to staff: As budgets shrink and workloads grow, we’re all going to have to make sacrifices.
Including elbow room.
The Defense Department is putting the finishing touches on a $1 billion, 6,400 person facility in Alexandria, V.A., in an effort to consolidate its operations around Northern Virginia. But there is just one snag – it doesn’t fit.
As consumers turn more and more to the Internet to help them with everyday problems, cemeteries are trying to keep up with demand by placing records and services online. But can cemeteries across the region muster the manpower and money needed to turn paper into ones and zeros?
An exhaustive look at Defense Department and other federal agency efforts to adapt to climate change and plan for increases risks of flooding, drought, heat and disease.
This story was built from the raw data from the Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey by OPM and used 680,000 responses to help gain insight into how federal employees feel about their managers.
A unique look at how the Defense Department plans to make electric cars more affordable – by using them as part-time batteries to power installations.
Let’s role-play for a second.
Imagine you are working in an industry that has been battered by the recent recession and rapid advances in technology. Instead of paying for teams of professionals, people are going online to find new content like yours or create their own. The Internet has opened the door to thousands of competitors, all offering content that appeals to just about any niche or taste.