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Michael Horowitz testifies before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee.

New Leader of Federal IGs Stresses Value of Independence

Justice Department's Horowitz joined last year's protest of agency "stonewalling."

"VA is still not doing enough to hold those responsible accountable for their corrupt behavior when treating our nation’s veterans,” said Sen. Jerry Moran, R-Kansas. Moran is the bill's sponsor.

Senators Push Bill to Limit Number of VA Senior Execs Receiving Bonuses

The legislation, like its House counterpart, also would require the department's top career officials to switch jobs every five years.

Obama Wants $215M for 'Precision Medicine' Plan to Focus on Cancer Research

Initiative aims to bolster a field of medicine that tailors treatments based on the unique factors of individual patients and individual diseases.

Play of the Day: Tom Brady, Inflation and the Fed

What does the Super Bowl have to do with the Federal Reserve?

Obama addresses House Democrats in Philadelphia on Thursday.

Yes, President Obama's Budget Is a Big Deal

White House finally embraces the power of the oft-mocked, "dead on arrival" document.

Customer Centricity and the Future of Human Services

Assessing individual needs improves results and cuts costs.

Should Veterans With PTSD Be Exempt From the Death Penalty?

Some legal experts argue a categorical ban is justified.

Fixing Acquisition: An Opportunity Lost?

We are ignoring significant skills gaps at our own peril.

Panel Recommends Scrapping Current Military Pension System

Commission proposes a 'blended' approach to retirement benefits as well as moving dependents and some retirees off TRICARE.

Obama's fiscal 2015 budget did not ask federal employees to contribute more toward their retirement, but it did propose 136 program cuts and consolidations.

Obama’s Budget Will Soar Way Above Sequestration Spending Caps

White House looks to unwind three-year-old measure that has crippled agencies’ budgets.