Lawmakers (and aspiring presidents) don’t go through the same background investigation process required of everyone else.
GSA issues guidance clarifying federal policy on ride-sharing companies.
New guidance from the Office of Management and Budget offers a fresh approach to managing risk.
Violating the recusal procedures could land federal employees in jail.
GAO recommends a new push for simplicity at OMB, NIH and others.
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Merit Board survey will allow managers and employees to share their views anonymously over the next four weeks.
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The First Lady took to the stage at the Democratic National Convention, and united a divided hall.
Burned by news that the DNC was in his opponent’s corner, his backers give a rousing endorsement of the “revolution.”
The presumptive Democratic presidential nominee’s Monday speech marked a departure from last fall, when she said the department’s problems were not as “widespread” as some claimed.