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Mike Huckabee Enters Presidential Race Wielding a Different Kind of 'Hope'

The former Arkansas governor begins his presidential race with long odds, but with a strategy for broader appeal.

How to Rebalance When You Get Off Track

Time management is about reducing unnecessary tension, fear and anxiety.

FOIA Requests Hit Record High in 2014

Governmentwide cost of responding rises to $462 million, Justice Department reports.

IRS Approves Billions in Iffy Education Tax Credit Claims, Watchdog Says

Tax agency disagrees with audit’s methodology and some recommended remedies.

"Agencies should review the conference’s agenda, session descriptions and additional information, as appropriate," OPM Director Katherine Archuleta said in a memo.

OPM to Agencies: You Decide Whether Or Not a Conference is Legit

Personnel agency is scrapping long-time practice of reviewing whether conferences qualify as training.

Obama to Letterman: Let's Get More Veterans Jobs

The president visited The Late Show for the eighth and final time Monday.

It’s Not Too Late to Strengthen the Workforce

Barring sweeping reforms, there are changes that can be made at minimal cost.

OPM chief Katherine Archuleta warms up for the first pitch at Monday's Washington Nationals game.

Throwing Out the First Pitch to Salute Public Service

HonorTheOath campaign highlights why feds choose to serve.

Obama to Public Servants: Thanks, and Sorry Things Have Been So Tough For You

President acknowledges effects of pay freeze, sequester in Public Service Recognition Week proclamation.