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Agencies Could Face a Nearly $800M Sequester Next Year

Appropriators are optimistic that their bills will eventually fall in line with spending caps, despite OMB warning.

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The Kauffman Index of Startup Activity shows where entrepreneurship is flourishing.

The U.S. Military Holds More Pacific Exercises Than You Probably Realize

The Army's Pacific Pathways program is even bringing some nations' military units to America for training.

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Trump on Immigration: Schrodinger's Candidate

The Republican nominee is talking about softening his view on deportations and amnesty, but he makes it hard to tell whether he has actually done so.

Retirement Planning

7 Questions to Answer Before Buying Life Insurance

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Excellence in Government

No, You Probably Shouldn’t Follow Every Order From Your Boss

Obedience is in the DNA of hierarchical organizations, but sometimes intelligent disobedience is the greatest act of loyalty.

Pentagon and Air Force Told to Clarify Plan to Retire A-10 Aircraft

GAO wants sharper data on impact of changes in close air support strategy.

Play of the Day: Trump Has a Good Use For All Those Books He Bought

You could probably build a border wall out of books.

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Hillary Clinton Proposes Solution for Federal Government to Deal With Zika-Type Crises

Current system leaves agencies -- and sick people -- beholden to sluggish Congress, she says.

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Agencies Aren't All on the Same Page About Collecting Sexual Violence Statistics

Definitions and purposes differ among Pentagon, Education, Justice, and Health and Human Services, watchdog finds.

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Obama Pushes Contractors to Be Greener, More Worker-Friendly

Administration estimates "Fair Pay" rule will cost contractors $458 million in the first year.

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