On Tuesday, the government agency announced it was lifting its ban on gay male blood donors. The fine print, however, was troubling.
The last two years were pretty slow on Capitol Hill, but they didn't set a record.
Ashton Carter designates small team to help in confirmation process.
The U.S. has little economic leverage over North Korea without the help of Russia and China, but their support may be difficult to secure.
Justice says contractor violated False Claims Act with underqualified workers.
Pentagon announces increases in basic pay, housing and food allowances.
Despite global warming skepticism, state and local officials are moving aggressively to prepare for rising sea levels, from improving storm water systems and elevating infrastructure to building natural greenscape buffers.
Chuck Hagel has been confirmed as secretary of Defense, by a vote of 58 to 41.
Read more at The Atlantic Wire.
By using this service you agree not to post material that is obscene, harassing, defamatory, or
otherwise objectionable. Although GovExec.com does not monitor comments posted to this site (and
has no obligation to), it reserves the right to delete, edit, or move any material that it deems
to be in violation of this rule.
Promising Practices by
Executive Coach by
On Politics by
Pay & Benefits Watch by
Retirement Planning by
© 2014 by National Journal Group, Inc. All rights reserved. | CDN powered by Edgecast Networks
Like us on Facebook