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USPS Tightens Purse Strings on Official Agency Credit Cards, Following Abuse

Postal Service aims to rein in employee improper use of travel cards.

The National Reconnaissance Office is in Chantilly, Virginia.

How the CIA Dismissed the Status Quo, Partnered With Amazon and Changed Intelligence

Amazon is building a cloud for the intelligence community that promises to enhance cooperation and coordination.

The Complete Guide to Working Out Before Work

Here are some tips for rising early and lacing up.

 The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office is seen in Alexandria, Va.

Patent Office Exec Tried to Force Subordinates to Hire a Relative's Fiancé

Commerce watchdog says executive should have known of U.S. code prohibitions, recommends better training for hiring managers.

How to Avoid Having to Fire Your Best Employees

Even in the smallest of businesses, new managers need to be well managed themselves.

Immigration activists protest outside the Mexican consulate in Los Angeles.

The $3.7 Billion Obama is Seeking Won’t Stop the Surge of Desperate Child Migrants

Violence and poverty in Central America are among reasons child migrants cross.

Before You Fly Off the Handle at Work, Consider This

Emotions can override the rational part of the brain.

The Federal Government Lost 40,000 More Employees Than It Gained Last Year

Most new hires are going to the Defense and Veterans Affairs departments.

Undocumented people wait to fill out application forms for the Obama administration's Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.

Why It Costs $1.7 Billion to Computerize Immigration Forms

USCIS awards new contract to turn around long-delayed digital casework system.

Rep. John Mica, R-Fla.

Agencies’ $106 Billion in Improper Payments an Ongoing Briar Patch

Pentagon, HHS and IRS cite progress on prevention, new bid to detect fraud.