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Government Spends Record-High on Union Activity

Official time used more than in 2011 than any year since 2004.

"We are committed to providing [states] with the flexibility, resources, and time they need to deliver the benefits of the Affordable Care Act to the American people,” HHS head Kathleen Sebelius said.

Majority of States Aren't Interested in Setting Up Health Exchanges

As of Friday deadline, 24 states and D.C. were onboard with that piece of the Affordable Care Act, HHS reports.

GSA Chief Dan Tangherlini

GSA Chief: Streamlining Offices Key to Improving Agency

Dan Tangherlini says ongoing review of operations has revealed overlap in administrative functions.

NASA Lost Communications With the International Space Station

A scary break in communications between NASA on the ground and NASA in space comes during a routine software update. All on board are doing well.

The Anatomy of a Winning Resume

HR managers share what gets a resume noticed and what gets it tossed.

Obama Decries ‘Meat-Cleaver’ Approach of Sequestration

Federal furloughs would hurt middle-class taxpayers, the president says.

Analysis: Chuck Hagel, Strategic Thinker

Why aren’t more pundits defending the Defense nominee for foreseeing today’s budget problems? Probably because they were wrong themselves.

Who Are You? Four Trends in Identity Management

Identity Management can either be the keystone or the single point of failure for interactions between the online and offline worlds.

A Three Point Plan for Injecting Leadership into Government

There is no quick fix to developing better leaders, but here's where we can start.

'Juice Is Not Worth the Squeeze' of Merging Two Wildlife Agencies, Report Finds

GAO notes many benefits to combining NMFS and FWS, but agency officials say it is not worth it.