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What VA Really Needs

The misguided Veterans Affairs Accountability and Whistleblower Protection Act isn’t going to fix what’s wrong with the department.

IRS Shuts Down, Then Restores, Tax Preparer I.D. Registration

June court ruling invalidating fees prompted system to go dark.

Business Experience Bites Trump’s Pentagon Nominee

Congress might hold up the president’s pick for deputy defense secretary over his three-decade career with Boeing, among other things.

Syrian government troops take up positions in southern Syria in May.

U.S. Military Shoots Down 'Hostile' Drone in Syria

The move signals escalating tension in the region between U.S.-backed forces and those loyal to the Assad regime.

Play of the Day: Replacing Sean Spicer

The White House press shop may be getting a makeover.

Budget Director Mick Mulvaney, while a Republican House Member from South Carolina, said at a July 2016 hearing that he was interested in reviving the A-76 public-private competitions.

OMB 'Out of Practice' on Competitive Sourcing, Adviser Says

Springer skeptical that Trump should end moratorium on A-76 bidding by private contractors yet.

DHS Secretary John Kelly has said, “The best way to improve morale is to let employees do the jobs they were hired and trained to do, and recognize them for doing it.”

House Approves Measure Seeking To Boost DHS Morale

DHS leaders claim morale is improving, but lawmaker says the Trump administration has added new pressure.

Sen. Jon Tester, D-Mont., introduced a bill that would allow reservists deployed through 12304b to receive Post-9/11 GI Bill benefits and protect them from wages lost while deployed.

Military and Veterans Groups Advocate Benefit Parity Between Active Duty, Reserve Soldiers

Reservists deployed for pre-planned operations don’t earn educational and other benefits afforded troops.