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Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew

Treasury Secretary Emphasizes the Need to Raise the Debt Limit

Lew also argues against piecemeal approach to funding government.

3 Things Government Can Learn From The Private Sector

Lessons for the public sector from the private.

A NOAA employee analyzes data from a sonar system. Roughly half of NOAA employees have been furloughed during the government shutdown

Stark Insight Into the Meaning of ‘Essential’ at Commerce

Furloughs hit 99.8 percent at Census, just more than half at NOAA.

How HHS Rolled Out Obamacare Amid the Shutdown

Core parts of the health reform law are supported through mandatory spending.

Shutdown Continues Dark Days for Medical Research

Between the sequester and the shutdown, repeated hits to research funding may have serious consequences for scientific advancement.

Acting IRS Commissioner Danny Werfel

Three Years Later, IRS Approves Tax-Exempt Status for Two Conservative Groups

More than 70 percent of applications in original backlog have been closed under acting leadership.

What Happens If a Hurricane Comes During the Government Shutdown?

Shutdown-strapped FEMA is getting ready for Hurricane Karen, forming in the Gulf of Mexico.