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A Defense Department medical support team augmentation class trains on Ebola response in 2014 in Texas.

We’re Closer Than Ever to an Ebola Vaccine

An international team led by National Institutes of Health’s researcher Andrea Marzi and University of Wisconsin’s Peter Halfmann has developed a whole virus vaccine.

Five of Government's Top Social Media Accounts

Some agencies offer models for building a trusted brand online.

Republican Sen. John McCain accuses the service of shifting people around, rather than cutting overall jobs.

John McCain Tells the Air Force to Fire More Civilians

Air Force defends its headquarters reduction efforts.

If Cruz Is ‘on Obamacare,’ So Are His 2016 Rivals

Ted Cruz is not the first Republican to get covered through the exchanges—which was a Republican’s mandate.

Obama: Obamacare Works, Beyond a 'Shred of a Doubt'

The president accused the Republicans of making false promises about the law and criticized them for failing to offer a "credible" alternative.

Future of the Postal Service: End the Monopoly or Grow New Business?

Experts debate how USPS should adapt to evolving fiscal reality.

OMB Ratchets Up Pressure on Agencies to Reduce Office Space

New national strategy goes beyond “Freeze the Footprint” effort.

Batter Up: 5 Things Workforce Planners Can Learn From Fantasy Baseball

Drafting the best people for your team isn't a one-and-done event.

14 Cost-Cutting Strategies That Feed Big Spending at Defense

Budgeting myths are hurting innovation and efficiency.

Rep. Mark Meadows, R-N.C., introduced the bill, which he said should not be necessary.

Dept. of Common Sense: Don’t Watch Porn on a Government Computer

Panel advances legislation that specifically prohibits feds from viewing pornography on government devices.