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Elouise Cobell, right, looks on as Deputy Secretary of the Interior David Hayes testifies during a Senate Indian Affairs Committee hearing in Washington, D.C. in Dec. 2009.

Interior to start disbursing checks to American Indians

Settlement in Cobell v. Salazar class action lawsuit is final.

Performance Measurement: 3 Challenges Every Government Faces

When it comes to measuring performance, there are several challenges common to all governments around the world.

TSA employees get whistleblower protections

President signs new safeguards into law.

How to TRULY Go on Vacation, Webster-style

Most of us, according to Webster, aren't actually taking vacations--and our performance is likely suffering. How to take full advantage of your duly entitled time away this season.

Second Terms are for Second Chances

New terms mean new chances: Three things all federal leaders should do to get through transition, advance their career and support agency mission.

Musician Andrew W.K.

State Department nixes rocker's bid to be 'ambassador of partying'

Officials pull back invitation for Andrew W.K. to visit embassy in Bahrain.

Sinai Program Manager Mike Toth examines a palimpsest leaf on spectral imaging system.

Advanced Technology Reveals the Invisible in Centuries-old Manuscripts

The Library of Congress is using an advanced imaging technique to look for hidden text in old documents, including the Declaration of Independence.

Former SEC Inspector General H. David Kotz.

Former SEC inspector general challenges allegations of bias, sexual improprieties

Fired whistleblower included claims in suit alleging wrongful termination.

Feds worry transition to second Obama term will break their stride

Key concerns are lack of transparency and communication from leaders, survey finds.

Video: Pioneering Technological Advances at NIST

A young physicist has made pioneering scientific discoveries that in time could lead to significant advances in health care, commu- nications, computing and technology.