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Deputy Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan visits Naval Air Station Whidbey Island, Washington.

Pentagon Tells Leaders to Talk More With Contractors — and Less to the Public and Press

One day after Air Force leaders severely restricted media contacts, Deputy Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan encouraged Pentagon officials to engage more with industry.

The stage podium and chairs are seen set up before the start of CIA Director John Brennan's news conference at CIA headquarters in 2014.

Analysis: Telling the Truth About CIA Torture

Trump’s nominee to lead the agency should answer a number of tough questions about her role in its now-defunct “enhanced interrogation” program.

Rep. Mark Meadows, R-N.C., said, “We don't know how many guidance documents agencies have issued, nor do we know how much it will cost the economy.”

GOP Lawmakers Fault Agencies for Issuing Too Much Guidance

House Republicans are targeting the informal documents agencies publish to explain complex rules.

CIA headquarters in Virginia

What Happened at the Thailand 'Black Site' Run By Trump's CIA Pick

The Senate's 2014 report on torture details what "enhanced interrogation" really entailed.

Why The Typical Performance Review Is Overwhelmingly Biased

Even the assumption that managers can accurately rate employees without bias reflects a type of bias.

An Atlas V rocket launches with the X-37B spacecraft.

Trump Calls for a Space Force, a Concept His Pentagon Opposes

The president’s words could reanimate a legislative proposal that the defense secretary and others thought they had killed.

HUD Secretary Ben Carson canceled the $31,000 office furniture order after it came under scrutiny.

New Details Emerge on Carson’s Office Upgrade, Pruitt’s Sound-Proof Booth

Pruitt spent more on "privacy booth" and Carson selected pricey furniture, internal documents show.

Could The Open Government Movement Shut The Door On Freedom of Information?

During Sunshine Week, three scholars of government transparency look at a potential collision between the old freedom of information movement and the new open government movement. Is there room for both?"