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Deputy Secretary John Sullivan testifies before Congress.

State Dept. Reform Plan Aims to Couple Drastic Cuts With Making Employees’ Lives Easier

Department spells out five tenets of redesign; Democrats skeptical of intentions.

Rep. Steve Russell, R-Okla., also questioned the need to create new program evaluation officer positions.

Historically Bipartisan Movement for Evidence-Based Policy Starts to Turn Political

Lawmakers question need for new body to enable evidence-based policy.

Another Misleading Claim About Federal Pay

There’s data to support arguments that feds are both overpaid and underpaid, it’s just not credible.

Seema Verma, administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, arrives on Capitol Hill in July before the Senate vote on repealing Obamacare.

HHS Seeks to Reorient Obamacare Innovation Center

Medicare chief aims to reduce health care "engineering" from Washington.

White House chief economic adviser Gary Cohn, left, White House senior adviser Jared Kushner, center, and Ivanka Trump confer in September.

The Brazenness of Trump's White House Staff Using Private Email

How could six senior presidential aides mimic the strategy for which Trump lacerated Hillary Clinton? Only if they believe they are as immune to the usual rules as he is.

Twitter Says It’s Holding Trump to the Same Standards as Everyone Else, But Also Not, Because He’s President

Lots of people won't like Twitter's stance on the president's fiery remarks—but it makes sense.

Debris from Hurricane Irma sits outside homes in Everglades City, Fla.

Thousands of Federal Employees Volunteer as Surge Force for FEMA Relief Efforts

Program had been limited to employees inside DHS but is now open governmentwide.

Knocking the Negativity Out of Your Career and Life

The nattering nabobs of negativity can suck the joy out of every situation if you let them.

Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, would like to see the appropriate officials held accountable.

Senator Calls for Heads to Roll at the Pentagon for $64M Wasted on a 'Hangar Queen'

Grassley urges Mattis to figure out who is responsible for a counternarcotics plane that never flew its intended mission.