Agency’s annual call letter said escalating drug prices ate up more than a quarter of the FEHBP health care budget in 2015.
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In 2009, the U.S. Navy started offering a career break to help retain service members. Now the other armed forces—and private companies—are following suit.
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Mattis says Pentagon should base cuts on workforce assessments.
But the the 2004 law that created the Office of the Director of National Intelligence creates some hurdles as well.
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Critics pounce on the plan as inadequate.
Bipartisan reflections and recommendations for the next administration.