THE CONFERENCE BEGINS: REQUESTS MOUNT

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TOENAIL FUNGUS, HEMORRHOIDS, AND DOG POOP

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MOVING AHEAD WHILE SHUTDOWN

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THE SHUTDOWN: COSTS AND IMPACT

Below is a brief posting covering the current status of the shutdown, including  information on the potential impacts the government shutdown may have on you personally and agencies that impact you or your work.  Please click on the links for more detailed information. As the shutdown of the federal government unexpectedly continues, the costs and […]

The Government Shutdown – A Teachable Moment

The federal government shutdown engenders dismay, confusion, and even outrage, but who is to blame? Press reports and interviews frequently allege a lack of cooperation and compromise on both sides caused the current shutdown.  So, is it true that there always two sides to a story? Does the argument that Republicans, Democrats and the President […]