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Rep. Jeff Miller-R-Fla., introduced the measure.

Latest VA Bill Limits Number of Senior Execs Eligible for Bonuses

Legislation also directs secretary to reassign top career officials every five years.

How to Get It All Done

We have to-do lists and goals, but that’s the ‘what,’ not the ‘how.’

CHCOs Can Vastly Improve Their Agencies’ Curb Appeal

How to get your 'house' in order and make it a talent destination.

Why the White House Is Shaking Up Medicare

Medicare announces new plans to pay more doctors based on value.

A New York City subway train runs along a section of elevated track in Queens following the system's reopening on Tuesday.

Did Andrew Cuomo Overreact When He Closed New York City’s Subway?

The governor ordered the system to close because of the blizzard. But as smartphone apps showed, the trains kept on running.

Nonprofits Offer Help with Agency Records Management

National Archives welcomes input on preservation of electronic communications.

Washington Agencies to Open Two Hours Late

Employees also have option of unscheduled leave or telework.

Looking Back at the GSA Scandal: Did the Administration Overreact?

Some say the response to lavish spending in Las Vegas was too heavy-handed, given the limited scope of the problem.

VA chief Bob McDonald announced the reorganization in November.

VA Announces Major Department Realignment

Official says reorganization is not about job cuts, and that there is 'more than enough work' to go around.

Where Are They Now? Where the Players in the GSA Scandal Have Landed

Two officials fired in the wake of the conference-spending revelations have since been reinstated with back pay.