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White House Releases Regulatory Reform Plans

Regulatory reform plans for federal agencies will save more than $4 billion over the next five years, the White House said Monday. Cass Sunstein, administrator of the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs, announced on the White House blog that federal agencies are releasing their final regulatory plans. The plans …

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President Announces Vet Workforce Initiatives

President Barack Obama announced Friday a series of administration initiatives to help veterans find jobs once they return to the U.S. AFPS reports the president proposed a series of tax credits for companies hiring veterans, including an increase to the existing tax credit for hiring disabled veterans. The Returning Heroes …

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High-Tech Care on Display at Workshop

Traditional methods of mental healthcare, including face-to-face meetings with a psychologist, were given a high-tech facelift at a demonstration July 21. The National Center for Telehealth and Technology, or T2, presented a workshop at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, guiding providers on offering mental health services from a distance. Armed With Science …

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Report Warns of Satellite Coverage Gaps

Looming coverage gaps in U.S. satellite systems could pose a serious threat to both national security and foreign relations, says a report from the Center for a New American Security. The CNAS released its 11-page report Monday, finding the coverage gaps will directly affect the Defense Department, State Department and …

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