Articles by Dan Meyer

Federal employees should prepare for more nimble and aggressive security clearance decision-making process

Changes to the federal government’s security clearance processes are on their way. Calling it the first major update in 50 years, the federal government currently is laying out…

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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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Can an aviation strike end the government shutdown?

With 800,000 federal workers in lines at food banks, calling in sick and looking for other jobs during the longest government shutdown in history, some labor leaders are calling…

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Big banks offer to help federal workers on a “case-by-case basis”

This week, the estimated 800,000 government employees affected by the partial government shutdown are about to start missing their paychecks, and lenders are stepping in with…

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Democratic-Run House Creates New Whistleblower Ombudsman

During their first hours controlling the House in the 116th Congress, Democrats on Jan. 3 and Jan. 4 pushed through an array of single-chamber rules changes that…

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Grassley Wins Declassification of CIA Documents on Monitoring Whistleblowers

After a four-and-a-half year wait, one of the Senate’s key whistleblower advocates succeeded in arranging the declassification of documents he says show that the CIA…

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