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Did Sebelius Break the Law in Soliciting Support for Obamacare?

Lawyer dissects GAO report detailing contacts with five outside groups.

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Putting Veterans on a Path to Careers

Public-private coalitions provide certification programs in skilled trades.

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City and State Officials Are Getting More Skeptical of Privatization

Policymakers are starting to question what for decades has been seen as a cost-saving panacea.

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Budget Cuts Bring 11 Percent Decline in Contract Spending for 2013

Annual Bloomberg study shows rising awards from three departments despite the overall downward trend.

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The IRS Gave $1 Million in Bonuses to Employees Who Didn’t Pay Their Taxes

Drug users, credit card cheats also received performance awards.

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You're Looking for Help in All the Wrong Places

Bad things can happen when you seek out like minds for advice.

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Budget and Personnel Cuts Have Hurt the IRS

Significant reductions in employee training at the agency also are a concern, watchdog finds.

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U.S. Forces in Afghanistan May Be Significantly Reduced

Officials have said that the troop count in Afghanistan could “drop well below 10,000.”

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Why Alignment of Staff and Manager Satisfaction Scores Matter

If employees and bosses view your agency differently, it's harder to drive change.

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How the Bush Family Went From Hated to Hipster

Between socks, biking, and bather-selfie paintings, the Bushes know how to make people forget about their legacy.

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