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  • Per Diem Travel Rate Goes Up

    Traveling soon? Thanks to rising travel costs, the General Services Administration added a modest increase to the per diem rate for lodging in 2018.

  • Border Patrol Spent Millions on Unnecessary Polygraph Tests

    A recent investigation by the Department of Homeland Security’s inspector general has found that Customs and Border Protection unnecessarily spent millions of dollars on

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  • California and San Francisco Governments Sue DOJ

    The state of California and the city of San Francisco have become the latest entities to file lawsuits against the Department of Justice (DOJ), following DOJ’s announced plan to make the majority of federal law enforcement grants contingent upon localities agreeing to “allow federal

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