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IRS Saves $1 Billion by Cutting Staff, Travel, Office Space and Contracts

Agency touts strategic priorities amid budget uncertainty.

Ex-Regulatory Chief Sunstein Touts Obama Accomplishments

Agency rulemakers’ reliance on hard numbers drew critics left and right, he says during book tour.

Analysis: Margaret Thatcher Was Tougher Than Reagan

Late U.K. prime minister told George H.W. Bush not to 'go wobbly' on Iraq.

Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., convenes Moniz’s confirmation hearing Tuesday morning,

Senator to Grill Obama's Energy Nominee on Nuclear-Waste Site

History between Sen. Ron Wyden and Ernest Moniz dates back to the 1990s.

The presidential limousine sits outside the Capitol in Washington.

Agenda Is Stacked With Return of Congress, Obama's Budget

OMB, Energy and EPA nominees are slated for confirmation hearings.

Nominations Needed: Who Innovates in Your Organization?

Nominate government innovators for the chance to present at Excellence in Government in May.

NIH Director Gets Into Stephen Colbert's Brain

Discussing the new BRAIN initiative, NIH Director Francis Collins looked inside Colbert's brain.

OPM Proposes Combined Federal Campaign Reforms

Changes are designed to save money and improve accessibility and transparency.

The tower at Abraham Lincoln Capital Airport in Springfield, Ill., is one of the possible closures.

FAA Delays Sequester-Related Closure of Contract Towers

Transportation chief says extra time will better prepare communities and pilots.

Analysis: Leading Through the Budget Downturn

What federal managers can learn from the private sector.