Here’s How Agencies Across the Federal Government Have Responded to Flint

President Obama thanks federal employees for their "all-hands-on-deck" approach.

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Feds Alert North Carolina About Its Civil Rights Act Violation

In a letter to Gov. Pat McCrory, the Department of Justice said HB2, the controversial law on transgender bathrooms, runs afoul of the landmark legislation and demanded the state not enforce it.

NSA Plan to Trash Employee Complaint Files Raises Concerns for Some


The move comes amid a legal battle about the potential improper disposal of whistleblower evidence.


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Pentagon Close, But No Cigar, on Curbing Improper Payments

Watchdog says lack of auditable financial statement threatens reliability.

The American Casualties in the Fight Against ISIS

Three U.S. service personnel have been killed in Iraq since October 2015.

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Research Confirms It: Good Managers Make a Difference

Managers who inspire their people have more impact on an organization’s performance than its executives.

On Politics

Can Hillary Clinton Make Good on This Opportunity?

Given her general election opponent, she has a historic opportunity to unite a grand, cross-party coalition.

Some MUOS antennae in Niscemi.

The Navy’s Most Advanced Communications System is Stuck in a Confusing Tale of Italian Justice

The service is all set to use an advanced communications channel in the Mediterranean and Middle East. But it's not allowed to.

Pay & Benefits Watch U.S. Army soldiers patrol in the mountains near Sar Howza, Paktika province, Afghanistan.
Excellence in Government Children learn from a Park Service ranger at Rock Creek Park in Washington.

Federal Employees Deserve the Nation’s Gratitude

From all the misguided rhetoric, you’d think all federal employees are bureaucrats or paper pushers.

Whistleblowers Praised for Exposing Alleged Pentagon Contractor Fraud

Justice secures $13 million settlement by two firms said to have shipped by truck but billed at air rates.

IRS chief John Koskinen said, "This is a good development for our tax system."

IRS Finds the Money to Recruit 600 to 700 Enforcement Employees

Commissioner tells staff of “first significant hiring in five years.”