Results 121-130 of 9942
"This is no accident. This is exactly the way the law was written—to coerce states to establish state exchanges," Sen. Ron Johnson said.

Republicans Refine Their Favorite Anti-Obamacare Talking Points

Will the war of words over the Affordable Care Act ever end?

How OPM Can Find Its Missing Data on the Dark Web

The best way to recover from breaches is to assume that they’re inevitable—and start looking for your data before you know it’s gone.

Sen. Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, said all inspectors general should follow suit.

Previously Concealed Misconduct Will Soon Become Public for Some Feds

New reports will 'flush out of the shadows' wasteful federal employees, senator says.

The Shocking Truth About 360-Degree Feedback

When your leadership assessment doesn't reflect what employees are telling you.

Federal Court Rejects Attempt to Block EPA Climate Rules

Panel says the challenge against EPA came too early.

The President Is Tired Of Fighting Over Obamacare

Obama describes opponents as “deeply cynical” ahead of Supreme Court decision.

A farmer reads over the 2010 Census form.

Republicans Try to Rein In the Census Bureau

The GOP backs legislation that would make the American Community Survey effectively voluntary.

Young Public Servants Want to Be Leaders in Local Government

Changing jurisdictions may indicate a stronger desire for a leadership role.

Keep Doing the Work and the Results Will Follow

Focus on what's important, this week and every week.