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Sen. John Thune, R-S.D., said he remains open to the idea of moving air traffic control into a not-for-profit nongovernmental body.

Senate Panel Advances FAA Reauthorization Without Trump Privatization Plan

Committee chairman cites “sincerely held concerns” in leaving controversial air traffic control proposal out of bill.

Government Warms to Continuous Monitoring of Personnel With Clearances

Software that scours public records for potential red flags gains traction as officials wrestle with a serious security clearance backlog.

The Right Thing Is Also the Hard Thing in Federal Contracting

Federal service contracts emphasize delivering inputs over mission outcomes. That needs to change.

The Playbook for Privatizing Air Traffic Control Already Exists

Policymakers and the FAA should look closely at lessons from the agency’s last big privatization push.

Dr. Brenda Fitzgerald is to be director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Appointee Watch: Trump Announces Picks for Justice, State and Other Agencies

The administration has tapped Dr. Brenda Fitzgerald to become CDC director.

U.S. Fears Dispute Over Qatar Will Intensify

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will fly to Kuwait next week to meet with officials mediating the talks.

The six men who met in Hamburg on Friday, including an interpreter for each country

The Strange, High-Pressure Work of Presidential Interpreters

The staff who help bridge the language gap in meetings like Friday’s Trump-Putin summit serve as confidants, fact-checkers, and de facto diplomats.

Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin speaks during a briefing at the White House in May.

VA Becomes the First Federal Agency to Publicly Post All Major Disciplinary Actions

Initial report shows Trump’s VA is firing significantly fewer employees than the Obama administration.