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USDA launches interactive tool to help rural communities address the opioid crisis

New Community Assessment Tool Empowers Rural Leaders to Make Data-Driven Decisions to Build Resilient Communities

Veterans can receive ‘tele-counseling’ for rehabilitation and employment services

VA announces fully capable Tele-counseling service within its own Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment Program

Acting Secretary Bernhardt Signs Order to Ensure Public Access is Considered in Land Transactions

“It requires that before the BLM exchanges or disposes of any land, they must first consider what impact the disposal or exchange of land will have on public access. The Trump Administration will continue to prioritize access so that people can hunt, fish, camp, and recreate on our public lands.”

Trump administration awards 22 law enforcement agencies with new ballistic technology

Ballistic imaging equipment used by the National Integrated Ballistic Information Network to trace firearms used in crimes was awarded to 22 state and local police departments.

$145M border wall contract awarded in parts of TX , Construction starts Feb. 2019

Border wall in Texas to start in February 2019. $145M contract

Fmr HUD Employee Pleads Guilty to Accepting Bribes from Government Contractor

The man pled guilty today to a federal bribery charge stemming from a scheme in which he provided non-public information about pending HUD contracts to a business owner in exchange for tickets to sporting events, travel, and cash.

Economic Impact of Public Lands Increases by $400 Million in First Year Under President...

Jobs & Economic Output Jump Thanks In Part To American Energy Dominance & Infrastructure Projects U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke has released the...

Overall Veteran suicide rate has declined but 18-34 age group continues to tick upward

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has released the most recent data for Veteran suicide rates and while the overall numbers are optimistic, one...

DOJ announces $70M in school safety grants, $64M to improve state criminal record systems

DOJ announces millions in grants for school safety and improvement of state criminal record systems