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The Federal Railroad Administration is dedicated to improving railroad safety and rail transportation policy. The agency, which is part of the US Department of Transportation, provides railroad assistance programs, conducts research, enforces rail safety regulations, and supports the rehabilitation of the Northeast Corridor rail passenger service. In addition, Federal Railroad Administration integrates government support of programs for rail transportation. The agency, established in 1966, has more than a half dozen divisions and operates through its headquarters and eight...
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Joseph C. Szabo
“Paranoid management led by political appointees who cuts out the professional staff...except when they need them.”
Current Employee in Washington, DC
Pros: For some positions, there are teleworking and flex hours opportunities, but rare for senior staff (the political appointees want you to hang around according to their hours and beyond). – Full Review
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