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 The House Armed Services Committee Wednesday will hold a hearing at which Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel is scheduled to appear.

Pressure Mounts Over VA, Prisoner Swap, and Highway Funding

No shortage of controversies as Congress picks up the pace.

Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz.

The Senate Has a Deal to Fix the VA. What’s Next?

Lawmakers still have many options to consider.

4 Ways to Improve Accountability in Your Office

Leaders who take personal responsibility build a culture of commitment.

Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo.

Senators Would Boost Independence of NSA Watchdog

Bipartisan bill would elevate inspector general to presidential appointee.

The Rule of Nobody: When Leaders Can’t Lead

How to untangle regulation and give public managers the power to decide.

Keith Alexander said that the NSA "got way behind in the media on this."

Former NSA Director: 'An Attack Is Going to Come'

Keith Alexander sees poor PR, not illegal surveillance programs, as the agency's biggest failure.

NRC's Allison Macfarlane gives the keynote at the  Regulatory Information Conference in March.

Staffers at Nuclear Regulatory Commission Report Backlash After Dissent

Employees say they received poor performance ratings or were passed over for promotions.

A veteran holds a sticker and a flag at a VA event in South Carolina in February.

Top VA Health Nominee Withdraws Over Ties to Waiting-List Scandal

The decision follows reports tying the nominee to a hospital with alleged secret waiting lists.

An Office for Introverts

You might be an introvert if the idea of working in one of these gorgeous, soundproof boxes appeals to you. Or you might be, you know, just a rational being.

"I think all of us have been appalled by what we read about what happened in Phoenix and in other locations," Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., said.

Senators Reach Deal on Bill to Make it Easier to Fire VA Execs

Measure also includes provisions aimed at reducing veterans' wait times for care.

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