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Aug 10, 2022

According to the Department of Justice, the percentage of women in law enforcement jobs has remained stagnant for decades, hovering around 10-15% of total officers. For federal law enforcement positions, the number is approximately the same, with 13% of the total being women.

Recently, GovExec correspondent and frequent...


Aug 9, 2022

About a year ago, the United States and the world watched as Afghans scrambled toward the Kabul airport. The Taliban was taking back the city and thousands of Afghans were trying to leave the country by any possible avenue, risking their lives along the way. 

Releasing this month, the Kabul Falling eight-part podcast...


Aug 8, 2022

Federal employees have options when it comes to their retirement, including plenty of options within the Thrift Savings Plan. The TSP website provides an overview of the program, but the choices that public servants make with their TSP options should not be taken lightly and more information is always helpful....


Aug 5, 2022

 

The number of criminal referrals sent by the Border Patrol and other Customs and Border Protection officers have recently begun to rise. April 2022 saw the first month in more than two years that such referrals topped the 2,000 mark.

Dr. Austin Kocher is an Assistant Research Professor in the Newhouse School of Public...


Aug 4, 2022

Last month, the Supreme Court decided that Congress may not authorize the Environmental Protection Agency to address an issue of great economic and political importance or significance unless Congress speaks precisely in allowing it to do so. According to analysts, environmentalists and even Presiden Biden, this...