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FLRA proposes reinstating limited timeframe when feds can cancel union dues payments

The Federal Labor Relations Authority looks to revise or remove a 2020 policy that made it easier for federal employees to cancel union dues payments.

Former GSA executive discusses “value based leadership”

Mary Davie, deputy associate administrator for the Mission Support Directorate at NASA, joins host Aileen Black on this week’s Leaders and Legends to discuss the importance of value based leadership.

A detailed look at the PACT Act, the MISSION Act and what else is ahead for the biggest civilian agency with VA’s undersecretary for health

Veterans Affairs has never been a static organization. In recent years, legislation has added external practitioners to augment health care available in VA’s own facilities.

Human brain organoids implanted into mouse cortex respond to visual stimuli for first time

A team of engineers and neuroscientists has demonstrated for the first time that human brain organoids implanted in mice have established functional connectivity to the animals’ cortex and responded to external sensory stimuli. The implanted organoids reacted to visual stimuli in the same way as surrounding tissues, an observation that researchers were able to make in real time over several months thanks to an innovative experimental setup that combines transparent graphene microelectrode arrays and two-photon imaging.

At long last, smooth legal waters for massive overhaul of DoD’s moving system

With a deadline for losing bidders to appeal having come and gone, the Defense Department now has a clear legal pathway to implement the long-planned multibillion dollar overhaul of the military’s household goods moving system.