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 Loretta Lynch closes her eyes as she finishes being sworn in to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee in January.

Loretta Lynch's Nomination to Succeed Eric Holder Passes Its First Test

Lynch's nomination will go to the full Senate floor after passing out of committee 12-8.

The Five Paradoxes of Continuous Improvement

Common approaches to innovation can actually kill creativity.

Washington Agencies Open on Two-Hour Delay

Snow falls during morning rush hour.

DHS chief Jeh Johnson said employees are "entitled to know what is going to happen next week."

DHS Has Begun Notifying Employees of Their Furlough Status

Congress is working on a deal to avoid a DHS shutdown, but the department says it must prepare for the worst.

Attention, CIOs: Start Planning for FITARA Now

The Office of Management and Budget is still writing guidelines to more fully flesh out federal IT reform legislation.

Parks and Recreation on ‘Sexy’ Public Service

A sitcom goes where no politician dares.

Watchdog Dings Coast Guard for Lax Travel Spending Oversight

The agency spent nearly $4.5 million over four years for medical care travel for certain service members – and some of it might have been unnecessary.

Why the Gap Between Worker Pay and Productivity Is So Problematic

Labor has become more efficient and profitable, but employees aren't sharing in the benefits.

How Not to Kill Employee Engagement

Avoid death by brownbag and other well-intentioned morale busters.

Embattled Safety Agency Head Used Personal Email -- Report

Chemical Safety Board head cited "hostile environment" in keeping emails private.