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Presidential candidates Rand Paul, Chris Christie, Ben Carson, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, Jeb Bush and John Kasich appear before a Republican presidential primary debate, Thursday.

Here's Everything Feds Need to Know About Thursday's GOP Debates

Cutting feds through attrition, reforming the VA and other ideas from the Trump-less debate.

Washington Agencies to Open Friday on Regular Schedule

Employees have the option to take unscheduled leave or telework.

Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., speaks at a campaign event in Iowa.

What Sanders' Big Government Proposals Would Actually Mean for Federal Agencies

A Sanders administration would grow federal and contractor payrolls while presenting new management challenges.

National Tax Identity Theft Week Brings Out Stubborn Agency Challenges

FTC enhances website tool as watchdog criticizes IRS safeguards.

Kimberly Graves listens during a hearing on Capitol Hill in November.

Judge Reverses Former VA Senior Executive’s Demotion

Kimberly Graves will be reinstated to the SES; the MSPB will issue a decision on Diana Rubens’ appeal by early next week.

Homeland Security Offers Training to Combat Human Trafficking

Awareness effort for all agencies is part of governmentwide enforcement campaign.

New Research Shows the Very Human Heart of When, Why and How We Fail

It also suggests there are ways we can reframe the problem to achieve success.

Pay for Success Can Stretch Agency Budgets, and Already Has

Lawmakers need to clear the way for private funding streams.

Federal Offices in Washington to Again Open Under Three-Hour Delay Thursday

Commuters hit the road Wednesday, but many encountered delays.