OPM barely makes a dent in the backlog, though progress remains ahead of schedule.
A trio of former OPM directors advocates for more accurate employee evaluations and a reassessment of federal compensation.
If budget talks fail, Republicans will approve a stopgap spending measure before recess that includes the sequester cuts.
Incident happened near the North Lawn.
If you're celebrating the holiday outside of Earth, you'll enjoy a bird that "resembles sliced deli meat" and stuffing that has "a broth-heavy, institutional flavor."
Union and industry decry mandatory change in reimbursement level -- for different reasons.
Supreme Court takes on issue of IG investigations
Former top fed outlines steps to rebuild public trust
Competition lacking in many House races
Forest Service seeks private help with urban forests
DoD aims high with Joint Strike Fighter
Wyoming fines Park Service for spills
Comings and Goings
Welfare-to-work hiring speeds up
Panels urge foreign affairs reform
EPA challenges nuclear commission's authority
Government innovators transcend bureaucratic challenges to develop technologies that save time, money and lives.
Rethinking the Navy’s presence in the Persian Gulf.
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