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Competitive sourcing veterans share stories, tips

Agencies should focus on communication before and during competitions, and follow-through once they are finished, officials say.

IRS headquarters to remain shut for months

Repairing extensive damage from flooding will cost tens of millions of dollars; employees may start returning in the fall.

Report: VA treated data breach with ‘indifference’

Employee responsible for stolen computer equipment was not authorized to take sensitive personal information home, inspector general report says.

Legislator to push for acceleration of missile defense program

Rep. Duncan Hunter, R-Calif., chides Democrats for their continued opposition to program started more than two decades ago.

Treasury official: Impact unclear from disclosure of terror tracking

Official defends policy of limiting early briefings on the program to leaders of congressional intelligence committees.

Ex-Powell aide urges appointees to trust employees

At Excellence in Government conference, Larry Wilkerson also encourages federal workers to speak up if they encounter wrongdoing.

Retaining Hispanics, Spanish speakers key, Coast Guard chief says

Agency enjoys highest post-WWII retention rate, numbers of Hispanics taking federal jobs up across government.

Navy intranet chief to retire later this year

Rear Adm. James Godwin helped oversee the extension of the NMCI contract with Texas-based contractor EDS.