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VA Secretary David Shulkin will give a progress report to the Senate Veterans' Affairs Committee Wednesday.

It's Unclear Whether New Law and Push from Trump Have Increased VA Firings

Internal department data show an increase but public data show a drop off.

Trump Continues to Set Records for Agency Vacancies

Less than 40 percent of key Senate-confirmed appointments have a nominee.

Just One in Six Feds Say They’re Excited to Implement Trump's Agenda

Most feds report feeling disrespected by the president and many say they are leaving federal service soon.

Misery Loves Bureaucracy: Why Technology Hasn’t Saved Government

Information-sharing tools work best in a culture of openness and collaboration.

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin speaks with reporters during a White House press briefing Thursday.

IRS Plunges Into Tax Law Changes Even as Its Budget Remains Shaky

Taxpayer Advocate slams funding and low returns from new private collection effort.

I'm A Recruiter. Here Are The Questions I Hear Most Often From Job Candidates

Most of the answers aren't in your job description—but they should be.

Feeley is shown being sworn in at the State Department in Washington, D.C. in 2016.

Ambassador Resigned Because He Doesn’t Want To Work For Trump

Morale at the Department of State has flagged since Trump took office.

If You’re Calling Your Work Team Family, You’re Doing It Wrong

I used to do it, too. Than I saw the negative consequences.