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Obama saw initial, incorrect health care ruling reports

The president watched the news with Jack Lew, his chief of staff, outside the Oval Office.

Leadership Lessons from the UVA Controversy

There are lessons to be taken from the Virginia saga.

Nuclear Regulatory chairman says IG report 'raises nothing new of substance'

Senate copy of unreleased document says Jaczko’s style was not collaborative.

“There is strong, bipartisan agreement that the sequester is bad policy and should be reprioritized,”  said Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis.

Bill requiring OMB to share sequestration plans sails through committee

House Budget panel defeats Democrats’ proposal for revenues to head off automatic cuts.

Rep. Joe Walsh, R-Ill., introduced the bill.

Crackdown on government travel advances to full House

Oversight panel also approves measure allowing agency heads to put errant execs on unpaid leave.

The People Equation

Five suggestions to strengthen the integration of workforce projections and budgeting while reducing spending.

First governmentwide SES leadership session kicks off this week

New training program aims to bring together top career executives to help solve country’s challenges.

Peter Flory, former assistant secretary for defense investment for NATO.

Defense officials plead need for agility

Impending budget cuts will require managers to remain flexible, panelists say.

Sen. Kelly Ayotte, R-N.H.

Congress should act to avoid sequestration before election, senator says

Ayotte favors a two-year deal that shrinks the federal workforce.

Agriculture Department headquarters

White House veto threat sets up clash on Agriculture’s buildings fund

Administration also objects to proposed USDA salary cuts.