The Supreme Court's latest campaign finance decision is going to put even more pressure on the president to spend time chasing cash.
New hopefuls are announced as the deadline expires for the class of 2013 to land jobs.
Vice president says recovery has been inspirational.
Transparency group praises reformatted database.
Beth Cobert tells contractors they are patriotic partners with federal employees.
Department will make available by May 16 comprehensive salary data of the country’s public housing authority directors.
Buyouts and broad bands
Senate budget chief shifts focus from impeachment
Key Senators push for biennial budget
Panels hear warnings on state of Y2K preparedness
Union pushes food inspectors' lawsuit
Air Force creates one-stop site for dispute resolution
Clinton: State of the government is strong
Space is an issue at NASA
Hamre: Y2K won't stop DoD pay
With surplus, be careful what you wish for
In a data-driven world, agencies can’t afford to go it alone anymore.
A decade from now, the federal workforce will be dominated by tech-savvy, collaborative millennials impatient to make their mark.
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