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U.S. Customs and Border Protection

This is What Congressional Micromanagement Looks Like

Bill tells DHS precisely what it needs in the way of fences, roads and boat ramps to achieve “operational control” of the border.

Air Marshal Whistleblower Wins Supreme Court Case

Robert MacLean ruling called victory for employee protections.

Model Telework Program Runs Into Problems of Its Own

Watchdog finds that GSA doesn't know how many teleworkers it has, hasn't properly documented costs and hasn't enforced training requirements.

Hiring and Firing: Why Agencies Need To Do Better

Keeping the right people with the right skills is fundamental to every agency’s mission.

The (Real) Story of the White House and the Big Block of Cheese

American democracy's most famous dairy product, fact-checked.

The Broken Federal Personnel System in 7 Charts

Government employees are deeply frustrated with a personnel system that makes it too hard to hire skilled workers and fire poor performers.

Joe Biden Says 'There's a Chance' He Might Run for President

The vice president made the media rounds this morning to talk about a potential 2016 bid.

Play of the Day: Obama's Many Guests at the State of the Union

It's a tradition for the president to bring people to his speech. Obama brought a crowd.

The Financial Consequences of a Bad Flu Shot

While CDC doesn't have an official estimate for the economic costs of ineffective seasonal vaccines, various studies have suggested that resistant viral strains can weigh on the economy.

Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky.

Rand Paul Says Government Should 'Do No Harm'

In his State of the Union response, Paul also managed to get in a dig at Hillary Clinton.