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In a memo, Katherine Archuleta cautioned agencies to “consider the current challenging fiscal conditions and resources needed to meet overall agency mission priorities in determining the number of nominations to submit.”

Top Senior Execs to Be Honored Next Week, But Not With Bonuses

Group will host a State Department reception for 2013 presidential rank award finalists.

No Matter How Big Your Tax Bill, You Probably Shouldn't Threaten to Kill IRS Employees

A Rhode Island man who owed three years of back taxes lashed out at an IRS agent.

Bicycilists drive south as they cross the Golden Gate Bridge on Bike To Work Day in San Francisco.

The Complete Guide to Biking to Work

If you’ve decided to join the bike pack, congratulations. You’ll probably be healthier, happier, and save money on your commute.

No, the VA Is Not an Obamacare Preview

The Veterans Affairs system is completely different from Obamacare.

The United States' last B53 nuclear bomb was dismantled in 2011.

House Bill Would Tap Into Nuclear Weapons Fund to Aid Veterans

Money would go toward improving vets' financial literacy and identifying deficiencies in wounded warrior treatment.

How to Lead Change From the Lower Ranks

Start small and the positive outcomes will stimulate others to follow.

Obama Touts OMB and HUD Nominees as ‘Proven' Leaders, Managers

Observers praise moves, noting future OMB chief’s likely role in budget battles.

Federal Employees and Retirees Owed $3.31B in Back Taxes at the End of Fiscal 2013

Total debts were down from the previous year, but the number of delinquent feds jumped.

The CHCOs Game of ‘Survivor’ and How to Win

Five ways HR leaders can rise to the workforce challenge ahead.

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