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Tea Party Gets an Apology From the IRS

'Low-level workers' targeted organizations with 'tea party' and 'patriot' in their names.

Why the SES Doesn’t Work, And How to Fix It

America's got talent, but it doesn't work like it's supposed to.

Executive Summary: 5 Best Management Tips of the Week

The week's five best management tips, including how to manage your inbox, your fears and that eager summer intern.

Signs at the entrance of the Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant.

GSA Close to Unloading Two More Excess Federal Properties

Sales proceed on Minnesota ammunition plant and Montana office building.

Gina McCarthy is Obama's nominee to head EPA.

GOP Forces Gridlock Over Obama’s Nominees for EPA, Labor

Senate confirmation ritual gives minority party big influence.

Bring Federal Conferences Back to Las Vegas, Lawmakers Say

‘Irresponsible federal workers,’ not resorts, led to excessive conference spending, they say.

“I’m writing OMB to remind the agency that there are human costs to delay,” Sen. Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., said in his letter.

Senator Pressures OMB on Delayed Safety Regulations

Some rules have moved 'from the back burner to the deep freeze,' Connecticut Democrat says.

The Quiet Charm Offensive of Obama's Chief of Staff

Denis McDonough’s openness and availability is garnering positive reviews.