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Safety Week 2016: Think outside the box

May is a big month for construction safety with both Safety Week 2016 and the National Safety Stand-Down occurring in the first week of the month. With jobsite injuries and fatalities occurring at such a high rate — nearly three times that of other industries...

source: By Danielle Manley
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More than 90 percent of federal interns, fellows and other non-competitively hired recent graduates planned to stay in government in the immediate future as of fiscal 2014, according to a new report from the Office of Personnel Management. Additionally,...

source: Government Executive

For years there has been the belief that cities have to unveil new websites in the same fashion they present their plazas or parks: In one swift reveal. From the start, every amenity has to be ready, each piece of content added and the design — with the exception of...

source: Government Technology

Just under 400 people will be infected with the Zika virus by mosquitoes in Florida by mid-September, and about 80 of them will develop symptoms, according to projections developed by an international team of scientists from the University of Florida and half a dozen other...

source: Governing

More than 26 wildfires are currently burning nearly half a million acres in the United States as recent hot and dry weather has fueled their explosive growth, including one that now threatens to destroy an iconic monument in California. One of the fires in California, known...

source: The Atlantic

Federal weather forecasters have developed a new forecasting tool to simulate how water moves throughout the nation’s rivers and streams, one officials describe as the "biggest improvement in flood forecasting the country has ever...

source: Emergency Management

Scientists have developed a way to rebuild homes destroyed by natural disasters within a few months, an advance that may especially benefit low-income residents in disaster-prone areas. RAPIDO, a pilot program developed with recommendations from Texas A&M University's...

source: Business Standard

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