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GSA Watchdog Who Broke Vegas Scandal to Retire

Brian Miller’s office recovered $1 billion for government over nine years.

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Retirement Backlog Fell in March, But It’s Still Higher Than It Was 3 Months Ago

OPM still has nearly 6,000 more applications to process now than it did in December 2013.

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Would Releasing Agency Charge Card Records Aid Criminals?

OMB reportedly denies FOIA request on that basis.

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CBO Explains Why It Can’t Analyze the Ryan Budget the Way Republicans Want

Agency lacks the staff and tools to comply with request.

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The Reality of How We Focus

Our perception changes as we shift our attention from one thing to another.

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Fort Hood Shooting May Have Been Over Leave Paperwork

Lopez allegedly requested leave for "family matters," and was angry when the request was denied.

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Flying Keeps Getting Worse, but Americans Have Given Up on Complaining

People are filing fewer complaints with the Transportation Department.

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Security Insiders: Defense Budget Cuts Put the Military on a Dangerous Course

The planned cuts leave the military too few resources to fight, experts say.

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Play of the Day: The Accuracy of Fox News Charts

SNL mocks the network's coverage of the Affordable Care Act.

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A Guide for Innovative Public Servants

How to jump the bureaucratic hurdles and inspire change at your agency.

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