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OPM Director Katherine Archuleta

OPM Doesn't Know Who It Will Hire to Protect the 21.5 Million Individuals Affected by Hack

The agency said it would notify 21.5 million people and offer at least three years of free identity-protection services, but has not found a contractor that will do so on its behalf.

VA Deputy Secretary Sloan Gibson speaks at a press conference near construction of the VA hospital in Aurora, Colo.

Veterans Affairs Deputy Teams with Boss on Corporate-Style Reforms

Gibson promises “sea change” in managing for customer needs.

Fraud and Gravestone Stealing at the VA

One former VA supervisor is sentenced for accepting $1 million in kickbacks, while another employee pilfered stone from a cemetery to install flooring at his property.

U.S. Attorney Dana Boente said software companies overcharged the government.

White House CIO’s Former Software Firm Settles False Claims Act Suit

VMware and Carahsoft agree to pay $75 million for overcharging agencies.

Oil approaches the Louisiana shore in 2010 after the spill.

BP Will Pay $18.7 Billion In Damages to the Government for 2010 Oil Spill

The case stands as the largest environmental settlement in history.

The Export-Import Bank's website clearly explains the situation Wednesday.

An Agency Left in Limbo as Authority Expires

The Export-Import Bank is at least temporarily out of the business of authorizing new transactions.

USDA chief Tom Vilsack

Agriculture Secretary Links Small Business Goals to Larger Agenda

Vilsack on civil rights, sequestration and how Congress prevents cost savings.

SBA Administrator Maria Contreras-Sweet praised the Pentagon's role in helping exceed the governmentwide goal.

Agencies Break Records Meeting Small Business Contracting Goals

SBA chief credits Pentagon’s new focus, president’s involvement.

Retired Air Force Lt. Col. Dan Ward says too many people mistake complexity for sophistication.

To Advance the Mission, More Feds Should Consider Doing Less

Managers often mistake complexity for sophistication, and the result is bad for everyone, a former military acquisition executive argues.