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Education Dept. Does Damage Control After Rogue Decimal Point Wreaks Havoc on Aid Applications

Up to 200,000 people could have been affected.

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Institutes pilot longer grant cycles for sustained medical research funding.

Clandestine to Clever: Tweets Reveal Government's Human Side

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What we all can learn from the CIA's Twitter account.

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A chart is on display on Capitol Hill during a hearing about  hearing about an incident last month at a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention lab.

Head of CDC's Scandal-Plagued Lab Resigns

The lab exposed workers to live anthrax and deadly strains of bird fly by improperly transporting them.

David Ben-Gurion Airport is Israel's largest airport.

FAA Lifts Ban on Flights to Israel

John Kerry left the region Wednesday, saying some progress was made on a ceasefire.

Short-Term Spending Bill Tops House's To Do List Before Recess

Leaders are also hoping for a vote on funding to deal with the flood of unaccompanied minors at the border.

Andrew Slavitt, principal deputy administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services

HHS Makes Personnel Moves to Better Manage Obamacare

Secretary Burwell brings in WalMart veteran as senior counselor.

Nextgov John Koskinen, IRS Commisioner

How to Avoid the IRS' Technology Fumbles

Groups says it all boils down to an IT management issue.

Would Bringing SSA Into the 21st Century Kill 30,000 Jobs?

New report suggests more digital interaction, but shift could result in job losses for SSA employees.

EPA administrator Gina McCarthy

A One-Step Guide to Infuriating an EPA Official

Agency chief touts her staff's work after a Republican accused her of kowtowing to a green group.

High Turnover Hinders Progress on Agency 'Priority' Goals

Leaders also need to share more information and beef up performance plans, watchdog finds.

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Morning People Are More Likely to Lie to Their Bosses in the Afternoon

And night owls tend to be less ethical in the morning—but siestas might make everyone behave a little better.

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