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A New Bill Could Gut the EPA

There’s cutting funding, and then there’s Rep. Sam Johnson’s EPA bill.

Watchdog Says IRS Has Improved Handling of Tax-Exempt Status Requests

A 2013 audit found the agency inappropriately targeted some Tea Party organizations for scrutiny.

House Advances Bill to Limit NSA Spying

Nearly two years after the Snowden revelations began, lawmakers are scrambling to rein in government surveillance—before it’s too late.

It Should Be Easier to Offload Costly, Unneeded Federal Property

Reporting requirements aimed at reducing inventory are draining agency budgets.

“We need to step back and instead of having hearings and chasing shiny objects, we start looking at the VA on a holistic basis,” said Sen. Thom Tillis, R-N.C.

Senators Propose Acting as 'Board of Directors' for VA

Lawmakers lament lack of accountability; beleaguered undersecretary tells them she takes management problems seriously.

Advice for Job-switchers and Newbies from Google’s Hiring Chief

"Use the format 'accomplished X by doing Y as measured by Z.'"

Marion Blakey

Departing Aerospace Industries Leader: First-Rate Nations Respect and Support Public Servants

In exit interview, Blakey criticizes congressional gridlock, urges Defense budget compromises.

Wearing a Suit Makes People Think Differently

Formalwear elicits feelings of power, which change some mental processes.

Data Wonks vs. Performance Leaders

Finding key insights in a jumble of data is not the same as the skills needed get consistent, dedicated work from a team.

The U.S. Copyright Office has been part of the Library of Congress, seen above, since 1897.

Why the U.S. Copyright Office Wants to Run Away From Home

The copyright director says her agency has outgrown its place as a subsidiary of the the Library of Congress, but Darrell Issa isn’t convinced.