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Treasury Department building in Washington, DC

There’s Nothing to Fear But the Debt Itself

Federal interest payments are projected to grow faster over the next decade than any other broad category of expenditures.

Government Employees Get No Respect?

Tell us whether you think you get the recognition you deserve.

Senior Execs’ Finances Should Not Go Online, Panel Says

Report recommends indefinitely suspending STOCK Act disclosure requirement for top civil servants.

The Three Best Ways to Keep Your Employees Engaged

Three of the most important factors in elevating employee engagement.

What the Best Leaders Know: Context Matters

Your leadership approach is defined by the cards you've been dealt.

Mail is processed at a center in San Francisco.

Postal Service Accelerates Partial Closure at 53 Processing Plants

Facilities will cease operations this year rather than in 2014.

A Secret Service official said planning began in December and options under consideration include cuts in travel and equipment purchases, and furloughs.

Agencies Take Concrete Steps Now That Sequester Is Law

From EPA to Secret Service, moves range from furloughs to curbing travel.

The International Federation of Professional and Technical Engineers sent a letter to Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel this week.

Union Asks Pentagon to Cancel 22-Day Furloughs

Defense hopes to scale back unpaid leave with new flexibilities in latest spending deal.

URS|CH2M Oak Ridge LLC, has a $2.2 billion contract to manage environmental cleanup efforts at the East Tennessee Technology Park in Oak Ridge, an Energy Department facility.

Energy Dept. Overpays Contractor Executives

Oak Ridge, Tenn., officials sign off on salary that’s 80 percent too high, IG says.