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The F-35 Program Boss's To-Do List

Program manager Bogdan says there are still kinks with software, cracks in aircraft and the plane’s logistics system as the Marine Corps prepare to declare the jet battle ready.

Bill Allowing Uncle Sam to Fire Federal Tax Cheats Resurfaces

A House panel advanced the legislation, unpopular with many feds, on Wednesday.

OMB Ratchets Up Pressure on Agencies to Reduce Office Space

New national strategy goes beyond “Freeze the Footprint” effort.

Batter Up: 5 Things Workforce Planners Can Learn From Fantasy Baseball

Drafting the best people for your team isn't a one-and-done event.

The bill was introduced by former House Oversight and Government Reform Chairman Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif., and Democratic Rep. Elijah Cummings (not pictured).

Modified FOIA Reform Bill Clears House Oversight Panel

GSA is preparing a centralized portal to consolidate all requests.

14 Cost-Cutting Strategies That Feed Big Spending at Defense

Budgeting myths are hurting innovation and efficiency.

Rep. Mark Meadows, R-N.C., introduced the bill, which he said should not be necessary.

Dept. of Common Sense: Don’t Watch Porn on a Government Computer

Panel advances legislation that specifically prohibits feds from viewing pornography on government devices.

How Government Workers Pinch Pennies During Shutdowns

A new study tries to figure out how federal employees fared when their income was reduced.

Clinton Email Probe Means Political Tightrope for House GOP

Republicans probing Benghazi and Clinton's emails insist they're not part of the party's 2016 campaign.

White House Halts Afghanistan Drawdown, Critics Still Pounce

The president slows the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan – and amplifies the distance between the legacy he wants to leave and the complex region he can’t.