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Too little info for pre-sequestration layoff warnings, contractors say

Boeing and General Dynamics say they don’t have enough details to gauge threat to workforce.

The Debate Gets Auto-Tuned

Everyone agrees the debate needed a little more pizazz.

Simpson: If You Can’t Compromise ‘You’re a Zero.’

Former Senator Alan Simpson had harsh words for politicians who can't learn to compromise.

The Orlando World Center Marriott was the site of the conference.

Veterans Affairs’ overspending at conferences linked to poor contract execution

SRA and Marriott deals weren't properly reviewed, IG says.

The party's over at the Secret Service

New policies limit alcohol and warn against revealing Facebook comments.

The NIH Doctor Who Pioneered Life-Saving Treatments

Dr. Neal Young of the NIH saved the lives of thousands of people suffering from a deadly blood disorder.

Stopgap spending measure provides clarity to sequester threat

If sequestration occurs in January, it will be based on funding levels in current CR.

6 Tips for Giving Effective Critical Feedback

Six ways to effectively give feedback to a problem employee.

Government doesn’t use bulk-purchasing initiative enough, auditors say

GAO review of strategic sourcing efforts at GSA and four other departments finds scant savings.

SSA again scales back field office hours

Agency points to reduced funding as cause for second reduction since 2011.