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Jul 10, 2020

Since early 2019, the Trump administration has been trying to fold the Office of Personnel Management into the General Services Administration. But, according to an investigation by the Project on Government Oversight, the head of the Justice Department’s Office of Legal Counsel, told senior administration lawyers...


Jul 9, 2020

Though it does not dominate the national conversation, police reform has not left the minds of activists and protestors. In cities and states across the United States, many are working to reorient the way law enforcement is done.

Route Fifty’s Emma Coleman has a story on police reform and the ways communities are...


Jul 8, 2020

The coronavirus pandemic continues to ravage the United States, with communities all over the country struggling to contain the COVID-19 crisis. But, as our guests today note in a post recently published on GovExec.com, pandemics are not a new phenomenon to the Native American communities in the U.S.

Lindsey Schneider...


Jul 7, 2020

With over 300 employees, the Federal Elections Commission is the independent agency that enforces campaign finance law here in the U.S., but it can only do so when it has a quorum. Last week, one of the commissioners resigned, leaving the FEC without its needed quorum.

The election is four months away and Courtney...


Jul 6, 2020

While the coronavirus pandemic is not abating in many parts of the United States, much of the country is moving back toward something near normal. For many people, that means seeing coworkers in person for the first time since March and for others, it means some very uncomfortable conversations.

Asha Tarry is an author,...