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From the DepartmentNews from the Department



Earth Day poster -It's Our Turn to Lead

All DOI D.C. Metro Area Employees: 2015 Earth Day and Personal Home Computer and Electronic Disposal Day

THU, APRIL 16, 2015, 01:12 PM EST

You are cordially invited to participate in the celebration of Earth Day 2015 on April 22 from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. in Rawlins Park. Rawlins Park is located at the intersection of 18th and E Streets, N.W., Washington, D.C. Read More >


Logo for the Interior Business Center

All DOI Employees: Invitation to IBC's Technology and Innovation Showcase, April 23 in Washington, D.C., and via Livestream

THU, APRIL 16, 2015, 11:19 AM EST

We at IBC invite you to join us on April 23 for a Technology and Innovation Showcase we are hosting at the Main Interior Building in Washington, D.C., to share new and emerging solutions from industry leading scientists and engineers. Read More >


Logo for DOI Spotlight on Safety newsletter

DOI Spotlight on Safety Newsletter for April 2015 Now Available Online

WED, APRIL 1, 2015, 10:12 AM EST

DOI's latest Spotlight on Safety newsletter is now available online. Brought to you by DOI's Office of Occupational Safety and Health, these newsletters are one of the many ways that DOI is working to ensure the safety of employees and visitors. Read More >


I love ethics logo

All DOI Employees: New Deadlines on Approval Time for Ethics Forms Related to Events and Travel

FRI, MARCH 20, 2015, 08:45 AM EST

Employees who wish to attend a widely attended gathering or accept travel expenses from a non-Federal source must receive prior approval from their servicing Ethics Office and their supervisor -- and they must submit related forms 24 hours in advance. Read More >


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All DOI Employees: Gambling in the Workplace

WED, MARCH 18, 2015, 01:53 PM EST

While nothing compares to the excitement of seeing your team advance in the tournament during March Madness, placing a wager on the outcome of a game, for even a small amount of money, is absolutely prohibited in the federal workplace. Read More >


From the FieldNews from the Field



Photos of some of the women at BSEE with backgrounds in STEM.

Women in STEM at BSEE - Reducing Risk Offshore Each Day

FRI, APRIL 17, 2015, 01:21 PM EST

At the Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement, women with STEM backgrounds serve in numerous leadership roles and play integral parts in BSEE's decision-making. Read about their work to reduce offshore risks here. Read More (bsee.gov) >


Find Your Park logo

NPS: Find Your Park During National Park Week

FRI, APRIL 17, 2015, 12:11 PM EST

The National Park Service invites you to find your park during National Park Week, April 18-26, and NPS kicks off the week by featuring free admission to all parks this weekend, April 18-19. Read More (nps.gov) >


Photos of BLM's informational booth at a career fair and BLMers talking to students visiting the booth.

Web Reads: BLM Nevada Promotes Career Options to Local Youth

FRI, APRIL 17, 2015, 10:28 AM EST

Using photo panels highlighting careers in the outdoors and hands-on workplace equipment, BLM employees in Nevada helped crowds of students at a recent career fair explore potential their potential futures with the BLM. Read More (tumblr.com) >


California condor

USFWS: California Condor and its 9.5-foot Wingspan Spread to Mexico

THU, APRIL 16, 2015, 10:31 AM EST

Don’t let the name fool you. California condors used to call many areas of North America home. Now, some are moving back to Mexico. Read More (fws.gov) >


Researchers approach Blackfoot Glacier in Glacier National Park.

USGS: April Showers may Bring May Flowers, but Winter Snow is Water in the Bank

THU, APRIL 16, 2015, 10:20 AM EST

The type of precipitation falling from the sky matters, especially for delicate mountain ecosystems. It’s really all about snow. Read More (usgs.gov) >