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What Are Your Odds of Getting a Security Clearance?

Fewer workers are being granted access to intelligence.

Rx for 21st-Century Government: Nimbler Hiring and Trained Managers

Millennials aren’t exactly flocking to “overly bureaucratic” agencies.

Justice Department Memo: NSA Spying Will Begin Shutting Down This Week

Memo circulated on Wednesday says lawmakers only have until Friday—not June 1—to resolve their standoff over NSA surveillance without risking an interruption to the program.

The F-35 Won’t Be Going To Iraq Just Yet

The Marine Corps will declare its vertical-flight Joint Strike Fighter ready for war in July, but a top general says it’s unlikely the jets will head to fight ISIS any time soon

4 Tips for Better One-on-One Meetings With Your Manager

Don’t just sit back and wait to get the attention you need.

Osama bin Laden’s Eclectic Collection of Books

The U.S. government has released a list of books and documents found during the 2011 raid on the terrorist’s Abbottabad compound.

Rep. Tim Walberg, R-Mich., said reforms will require tough choices, but " I think we can all agree something has to be done."

Generous Benefits for Feds Injured on the Job Could Be on the Chopping Block

Congress takes another stab at cutting workers’ compensation for feds by $360 million.

Who Wants a $10,000 Bonus?

A weekly roundup of pay and benefits news.

The Republican Wrinkle in Repealing Obamacare's 'Cadillac Tax'

There is bipartisan support to nix the Cadillac tax, though it might not happen this year.