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Senate Panel Clears Two for Troubled Chemical Safety Board

Push to fill vacancies comes as key staffers' administrative leave is extended.

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TSA Says It Will Retrain Frontline Officers By October

Lawmakers unhappy with the agency’s performance gave its new leader encouragement, but also a warning that things must improve.

House Decides It Should Be a Lot Easier for VA to Fire Employees

Legislation passed Wednesday also includes several provisions affecting senior executives’ pay and benefits.

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The Future of HR in Government

Managers need trusted workforce advisers instead of compliance cops.

EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy said the agency did enough to discipline the alleged predator.

Did the EPA Cover Up a 'Predator Who Was Fed a Steady Diet of Interns?’

Lawmakers call again for faster firing of misbehaving feds.

Cecil runs in Hwange National Park in 2014.

Fish and Wildlife Says it is ‘Deeply Concerned’ with Killing of Cecil the Lion

The agency says it’s ready to assist officials in Zimbabwe after the death of the big cat.

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Study: Rudeness Is Contagious

It's not your fault: A new report shows that one can catch uncivil behavior from others.

Denise Turner Roth has said her priorities include forming “proactive partnerships” with agencies.

Senate Panel Easily Approves Nominee to Head GSA

Vote for acting chief Denise Turner Roth is unanimous.

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Investing in Your Personal ROI Without Being Self-Centered

As a leader, you should fill your own learning gaps first.

Clinton Says She Has ‘Doubts’ About Drilling in Arctic Waters

Her latest statement on drilling shows a split from Obama over offshore exploration.

Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., said he would like "to learn why this half-billion-dollar project was greenlighted even though a more cost-effective alternative was available."

State Department Plan for Training Center Draws Senatorial Flak

Echoes of Benghazi are heard in debate over duplicative costs.

Protesters during a rally against mass surveillance in Washington in 2013.

Obama Administration Dismisses Online Petition Requesting Snowden Pardon

The White House has been responding to "We the People" petitions Tuesday

A health care worker in Minnesota wears a button supporting the Affordable Care Act in 2013.

Report: Americans' Health Is Improving Under Obamacare

A Journal of the American Medical Association study says trends in self-reported health are rebounding under the health care law.

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