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Where Are the Low-Priority Programs?

What ever became of the new statutory provision requiring agencies to “identify low-priority program activities?"

White House Unveils First-Ever Inventory of Federal Programs

Mandatory listing of about 1,600 activities is posted by department on performance.gov.

IRS Could Reduce Abuse of Travel Cards, Watchdog Says

Controls are largely effective, but punishments 'often lenient.'

Proposals Would Broaden Sensitive Positions and Change Appeal Rights

New definition could hang employees out to dry, whistleblower advocates say.

4 Trends Shaping the Tech-Driven Workforce of the Future

Technology is coalescing to transform the agency of tomorrow--here's what it will look like.

Analysis: The Biggest Myth About the Gender Wage Gap

The real gap isn't between men and women doing the same job. It's between the different jobs that men and women take.

Air traffic controllers will be among those furloughed.

Furlough Watch: Agency-by-Agency Impacts of Sequestration

Some agencies are avoiding unpaid leave altogether, while others require days of it.

EPA Acting Administrator, Bob Perciasepe

EPA Trims Furloughs by Three Days

Employees will now take a total of seven days of unpaid leave.

A 1930s anti-marijuana movie poster from part of an exhibit at the DEA museum.

Analysis: Your Tax Dollars at Work: The DEA Renovates Its Propaganda Museum

A federal agency can be many things. A credible purveyor of its own history is not one.

Sylvia Burwell said she is working with the president to "replace sequestration with a balanced deficit reduction plan."

Agencies Again Must Come Up With 5 Percent in Spending Cuts

Instructions for fiscal 2015 budget submissions include finding ways to curb duplication.