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Watchdog: VA Didn’t Dawdle In Treating Vets With Legionnaires' Disease

Six veterans died and 16 others became ill from an outbreak in Pittsburgh in 2011 and 2012.

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If You Want Happy Workers, Stop Treating Them Like Children

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It may be time to stop the cycle of perks.

Eric Holder: The 'Possibility Exists' That Edward Snowden Could Come Home

"I certainly think there could be a basis for a resolution that everybody could ultimately be satisfied with," the former attorney general said.

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The White House is Making it Easier to Power Homes With Solar Energy

The administration’s new executive actions and private sector commitments are aimed at boosting solar power.

Sanders speaks at a campaign event in Vermont Monday.

Clinton's Campaign is Afraid of Bernie Sanders

As the Vermont senator gains momentum, the frontunner's team brings in Claire McCaskill.

Vietnamese Communist Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong meets with western reporters in Hanoi on July 3.

Vietnam's Communist Party Leader to Meet With Obama in Washington

The White House sees Nguyen Phu Trong leader as a potential regional partner.

Obama: ‘Effective Partner’ on the Ground Can Help Push Back ISIS

The president said the American military will continue to bomb targets and train Iraqi forces.

Excellence in Government Flooding after Superstorm Sandy prompted officials in Hoboken, New Jersey, to rethink their approach to construction projects.

Why Budget Forecasts Should Include the Next Big Disaster

Four things agencies need to know about creating climate resilient facilities.

Virginia Sens. Tim Kaine and Mark Warner, both Democrats, said OPM's decision to shut down e-QIP will cause “significant disruption.”

OPM's Return to Paper Security Clearance Processing Roils Contractors, Lawmakers

After shutting down its electronic system after hackers breached millions of personnel files, some background investigations will move forward the old-fashioned way.

The Reports Most Lawmakers Don’t Want You to See

Open-government groups demand transparency, but Congress has other ideas.

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Change It Up This Week

Routines are important, but not when they get in the way of creativity.

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.

Justice Updates FOIA Guidance to Confirm Requesters Still Care

Goal is to preserve agency resources while maintaining communication.

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