Judge Initially Skeptical of Plea to Dismiss House GOP's Obamacare Lawsuit

The administration says the House doesn’t have standing to challenge how it implements the Affordable Care Act.

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Who Has the Best App in Government?


An FDA app used by food investigators to enter data while performing field inspections won 'Best Business Investment.'

Cyber Command Says New Mega-Contract Will Be Out by Fall


The Pentagon last week abandoned a $475 million job posting for cyberattack and network defense experts.


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Furloughed Feds Deserve Guns, Not Extra Pay, Lawmakers Say

Congress looks to set priorities for federal employees who won't be working in the event of another shutdown.

Watchdog Finds Glitches in Governmentwide Effort to Track Spending Consistently

Move to post spending numbers ignored some traditional management practices.

Excellence in Government

How We're Sabotaging Our New Hires From Day One

Put new talent to work quickly by avoiding these common training pitfalls.

Retirement Planning

A Retirement Readiness Checklist

Before the magic date arrives, you need to ask yourself some questions.

President Obama speaks about climate change at Everglades National Park, on Earth Day.

Ahead of Hurricane Season, Obama Warns Climate Change Will Worsen Storms

The White House has increasingly cautioned about extreme weather threats from climate change.

Agriculture Secretary Bob Vilsack speaks about the Blueprint for Stronger Service Initiative in 2012.

Agriculture Department Identifies $1.4 Billion in Savings to Avoid Furloughs

Travel cutbacks, telework and office consolidations contribute to three-year-old cost-reduction efforts.


What Government Will Look Like in 2020

Your chance to share ideas on technology and the government of tomorrow.

VA Officials in Hot Water Over Psychic Party and Tax Evasion

Watchdog concludes one employee misused her position, and another lied about his wife’s income.

Last summer, the U.S. patent office canceled six of the Redskins' trademark logos because the office considered the team's name "disparaging to Native Americans."

The U.S. Government's Battles With Professional Sports

Soccer isn't the only sport that has felt the heat over the past few years.

Excellence in Government

Why Management Problems Are a Barrier to Pay Raises and Reform

Performance improvement starts with managers, but they need help.