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Lawmakers Approve Bonus Ban For Bad Feds

Bill targets employees who could be fired or suspended for violating agency policy, or for committing a serious crime.

The Fantasy of a Four-Day Workweek

Will Americans ever let out a deep breath, crack open a beer, and say, “Thank God it’s Thursday”?

Decision to Put a Woman on the $10 Bill Sparks Unexpected Backlash

Supporters of Alexander Hamilton don't want him displaced.

Congress is Tired of Waiting for the Supreme Court to Rule on Obamacare

A decision is likely coming within the week, but for many, that’s not soon enough.

The Majority of Agency Heads Don’t Actually Use Data on Program Performance

But nearly two-thirds of performance officers in survey see progress toward culture of measurement.

OPM Director Katherine Archuleta testified on Capitol Hill Tuesday.

Even Privately, Senators Aren't Getting Their OPM Data Breach Questions Answered

Lawmakers say they are still in the dark about basic details of multiple incidents that affected federal employees.

It's probably best to keep on driving, Trump.

Play of the Day: Trump's Foreign Policy Platform

The mogul would change a lot about the relationship between Mexico and the United States.

IRS May Offer Hope to Feds Affected by OPM Hack

Senator wants IRS to help protect victims from identity theft, notes reports that thieves are selling the data online.

When Do Most Americans Think They'll Actually Retire?

Workers would like to retire by 65, but only those making $100,000 or more expect that they'll do so.

Unions to Uncle Sam: Extend Credit Monitoring, Cover Losses Related to Data Breach

Government has obligation to further help millions of employees affected by massive security lapse, advocates say.