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Cloud Computing: Terrible or Terribly Misunderstood?

Federal managers don't like the cloud and don't use it, though some studies indicate they may not know what it is.

Obama and Clinton spoke Friday at Andrews Air Force Base.

Obama hails public servants killed in Libya

"They had a mission, and they believed in it," president says.

Federal judge halts enforcement of controversial STOCK Act provision

Affected federal employees get a second extension on disclosing financial information.

Brace Yourselves, Sequestration is Coming

Experts say it's no longer a matter of "if" it happens.

Report confirms feds would feel the effects of sequestration

White House official cites ‘significant impact,’ but provides no details on job losses or furloughs.

Pentagon Comptroller Robert Hale

Pentagon at 'midfield' in bid for clean books, officials say

Comptroller argues new legislation won’t help auditability effort.

Week in Review: The 5 Most Popular Stories from Excellence in Government

Which agencies appeal to new grads and how to improve PowerPoint top our week in review.

Phased Retirement? Half of Feds Just Don't Know

Fifty percent of feds indicated they don't know if their agency has a phased retirement option.

Three Ways to Lose Your Audience

It's easy to create a bad presentation, but not difficult to create a good one.

The 3 Keys to Motivating Feds During Tough Times

GSA Administrator Dan Tangherlini and other federal leaders discuss how to motivate feds when the going gets tough.