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Furloughed Feds Should Avoid GoFundMe, Ethics Office Says

Many furloughed federal workers took dramatic steps to stay financially afloat during the recent government shutdown. Some took on second jobs; others took out loans through their…

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EPA sources: Pruitt aide tried to back-date departure after congressional interview request

Washington (CNN) – One of embattled EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt’s most trusted advisers sought to retroactively change her resignation date a day after the House…

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What Andrew McCabe Stands to Lose if He’s Fired From FBI

Getting fired right before you collect your full retirement benefit would be a nightmare for most people. For former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, it’s inching closer to…

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Interim security clearances are routine, but are they risky?

WASHINGTON — Rob Porter, who resigned from his White House job following allegations that he abused his two ex-wives, held an interim security clearance while working as…

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Tally of White House officials lacking permanent security clearances surpassed 100: Reports

Scores of White House officials appointed by President Trump’s administration lacked permanent security clearances 10 months into his tenure, according to new reports. At least…

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Tully Rinckey PLLC celebrates new Washington, D.C. office

Tully Rinckey opens new D.C. office By: Daily Record Staff May 21, 2014   Six years after opening a law office at 1800 K St. in Washington, D.C., Tully Rinckey PLLC will host a…

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The Looming Black Hole of Federal Contractor Rights

The past decade has seen an explosion in the use of contractors by federal agencies to perform a wide variety of government functions, most notably in the defense, intelligence…

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