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Archives Officials Worried Clinton Might Send Records to Little Rock

Chief records officer disputes legal group’s interpretation of 2012 emails.

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Cybersecurity Risk or Building Block for More Open Government?

Supporters of IT inventorying legislation in California say it will improve access and spark innovation. But some fear it could help cyber criminals zero in on local governments.

Gaming Industry: Let Feds Use Government Charge Cards at Casinos

There are "many legitimate business-related expenses" incurred at casinos, lobbyists say.

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President Obama nominated Denise Turner Roth to lead the General Services Administration.

Obama Names Denise Turner Roth to Head GSA

Deputy chief had been acting since Tangherlini left in February.

Amid USPS' Calls for Pay Cuts, Unions Let Deadline Pass for New Labor Contract

Postal Service's negotiations stall with two unions representing 300,000 employees.

Retirement Planning

How to Know When It’s Time to Go

Deciding when to retire from government is a more complicated process than it used to be.

Newly Released Emails Detail Benghazi Correspondence

Adviser to Clinton reported early evidence that attacks were not precipitated by anti-Islam video.

Those participating in AMAs usually provide proof, as Snowden did Thursday.

In Reddit Chat, Edward Snowden Calls Rand Paul's Filibuster a 'Sea Change'

The ex-spy answered users questions about NSA reform Thursday.

Excellence in Government

How to Get Your New Team Off to a Strong Start

The foundation is built on four one-word questions.

Advocacy Group: IRS' Problems 'Won't Be Cured by Removing Lois Lerner'

Institutional reform is needed to restore trust after targeting scandal, Cause of Action finds.

State Promises More Documents to Benghazi Committee

The panel's GOP chairman says he needs more information from the department before bringing Hillary Clinton in to testify.

"There's no other opportunity like" the PMF program, OPM Director Katherine Archuleta said.

Nearly One-Quarter of 2015 Presidential Management Finalists Are Vets

The competitive program has 600 finalists in the class of 2015, from a pool of 7,800 applicants.

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America's Aging Population Is Bad News for Women's Careers

Unless the U.S. can put policies in place to support family caretakers.

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