This page is an attempt to provide current awareness of federal government reports and activities. The page will be updated weekly to provide links to important, newsworthy, or interesting material published during the previous week. The goal is to keep the links to a manageable number for readers, not to be a comprehensive listing. All links are captured in the Internet Archive if possible, and a list of earlier roundups is available.
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2/7 - DHS Issues National Terrorism Advisory System (NTAS) Bulletin (DHS; direct to bulletinstatement)
2/7 - White House Task Force on Worker Organizing and Empowerment Report (WH; direct to report)
2/8 - Copyright Historical Record Books Collection Available Online (LOC; direct to website)
2/8 - New Web Page for Digitized U.S. Navy Logs Through 1940 (NARA; direct to website)
2/8 - United States Releases Updated List of Critical and Emerging Technologies (State; direct to report)
2/8 - American Agricultural Exports Shattered Records in 2021 (USDA; direct to market summary and product summary)
2/9 - U.S. Business Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic (BLS)
2/9 - CISA, FBI, NSA and International Partners Issue Advisory on Ransomware Trends from 2021 (NSA; direct to advisory)
2/9 - USCIS Announces New Agency Mission Statement (USCIS)
2/7 - IRS walks away from facial recognition to access online tools after backlash (via Federal News Network, with links to source documents; see also, House Oversight chair statement)
2/7 - Supreme Court lets Alabama use GOP-backed map of the state's congressional districts (via NPR, with link to source document)
2/7 - Biden’s top science adviser, Eric Lander, resigns amid reports of bullying (via Politico)
2/9 - National Archives asks Justice Dept. to investigate Trump’s handling of White House records (via Washington Post; see also, Oversight Committee Launches Investigation into Former President Trump’s White House Records Obtained at Mar-a-Lago)
2/10 - Gray Wolves Regain Federal Endangered Species Act Protections (via Earthjustice, with source document)
2/11 - Executive Order on Protecting Certain Property of Da Afghanistan Bank for the Benefit of the People of Afghanistan (WH; see also, fact sheet and Da Afghanistan Bank statement)
2/11 - A New Version Of The Mueller Report Reveals That Mueller Declined To Charge Donald Trump Jr. And Roger Stone With Computer Crimes (via BuzzFeed News, with link to source document)
2/11 - Senators allege CIA collected data on Americans in warrantless searches (via CNN, with links to source documents; see also, Wyden/Heinrich press release)
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2/8 - ARPA-H: The Next Frontier of Biomedical Research (House Energy)
2/9 - Afghanistan: The Humanitarian Crisis and U.S. Response (Senate Foreign Relations)
2/9 - 'Targeted Killing' and the Rule of Law: The Legal and Human Costs of 20 Years of U.S. Drone Strikes (Senate Judiciary)