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Interior makes more details of recent SES reassignments public

The Interior Department is beginning to make more details public about its recent — and often controversial — round of senior executive reassignments. Thirty-three senior executives, or 15 percent of the department’s Senior Executive Service cadre, received reassignment notices from Interior on June 15. Twenty-three of those SES accepted and made the transfer to their […]

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Making Data on the Colorado River Basin’s Troubling Depletion More Accessible

The improving accessibility of open data is providing insights into the Colorado River basin’s 16-year drought, thanks to a recently launched, interactive digital tool from the U.S. Interior Department.

The “Drought in the Colorado River Basin” portal details the state of the watershed that supplies 1 in 10 Americans and 5.5 million acres of land with water, despite reservoirs at about 50 percent capacity.  Continue…

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