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OSC: Reports of FDA whistleblower surveillance are ‘extraordinary’

Monitoring employee correspondence with OSC is not a government trend, spokeswoman says.

How To Lead Like a Top Chef

Foodies in Washington, D.C., know all about Jose Andres, the award-winning chef who popularized Spanish style tapas dining in America. Andres arrived in the United States from Spain in 1993 and opened his first restaurant, Jaleo, that year. Today, he is the CEO of Think Food Group and the mastermind behind eight restaurant concepts with locations in D.C., Los Angeles and Las Vegas.

Expansion of collective federal bargaining considered

May report could recommend rule change.

The White House's acting budget director Jeffrey Zients said the “government needs to be leaner, smarter, and more consumer-friendly."

Obama sends up draft bill for reorganization authority

OMB letter to House speaker promises Congress a continuing role in consolidation effort.

Labor Department to consolidate field offices

Move is estimated to save $19 million in two years.

First lady surprises White House tourists

Michelle Obama shakes hands with visitors and introduces them to her dog, Bo.

Tax cut deal boosts retirement contributions for new feds

Democrats stave off proposal that would have required all employees to contribute more to their pensions to pay for unemployment insurance extension.

Women in government report more satisfaction than male colleagues

More men than women, however, perceive agency leadership as fair and empowering.

SBA redefinition of small business draws mixed reactions

New guidelines will qualify 8,000 more firms for federal programs.

Obama's plan will "help break down government silos and promote greater collaboration on common goals,”  Sen. Mark Warner, D-Va., said.

New agency performance goals called helpful but incomplete

Stewards of government modernization act call for more specific data on progress, more consultation with Congress.