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Rep. Mo Brooks, R-Ala., has introduced a bill that would fire any federal employee who refuses to answer questions or gives false testimony at a congressional hearing.

Congressman Would Fire Feds Who Don’t Answer His Questions

Bill written after IRS official declined to respond at a congressional hearing.

How USAID Is Making a Bigger Difference With Less Money

By coordinating and deepening cash flows from outside donors, the agency is magnifying its impact.

3 Reasons You Should Not Hire a Coach

When hiring an executive coach doesn't work.

The Numbers on More Border Patrol Agents Just Don't Add Up

Lately, more agents correspond with a decrease in apprehensions and removals.

Afghan contractors work in Kabul in December.

Federal Contractors Failing to Pay Afghan Subcontractors, IG Finds

Unpaid subcontractors threaten to self-immolate, blow up compound.

The Rayburn office building's post office was among those first identified for closures for “extremely low usage” in 2011.

USPS to Close Three Capitol Hill Post Offices

Lawmakers praise decision to shutter the doors on seldom-used retail spaces.

Employees Sue Contractor Over Sequestration Layoffs

Suit says L-3 Communications didn’t give 60-day WARN Act notice.

Paying Contractors No More Than Biden Makes Could Save $440M a Year

New GAO numbers on contractor salary reimbursement rekindle debate.

Abdul-Baki Todashev holds a photo he claims is of his dead son Ibragim Todashev.

Why the FBI Shouldn't Be Trusted to Investigate the Death of Ibragim Todashev

For at least 20 years, its inquiries have never found fault with a fatal shot taken by an agent.

Majority of Feds Don’t Believe Agencies Will Reward or Promote Them

Analysis of government employee survey data calls results ‘unsettling.’