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Not Everyone Is Eligible for Phased Retirement

Law enforcement officers and air traffic controllers are among those feds who can’t take advantage of the government’s new HR tool.

The Obamacare Skyrocketing Premiums That Never Were

Premiums will rise 7.5 percent, much lower than expected.

Education Department Launches Review of the University of Phoenix

While the analysis of the nation's largest student financial aid recipient is standard practice, it comes at a time of increased scrutiny for the for-profit college sector.

How to Keep Your Agency Out of the Headlines

Don't let a crisis of leadership drag down your organization's performance.

Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, called the Islamic State "the face of evil."

2016 Republican Field Offers Obama Advice on Iraq

Contenders with no foreign policy experience go to the mic with suggestions for the president's handling of Middle East crises.

Drawing a blank?

Why Names Are So Easy to Forget

Nice to see you again, Suuu...Sandra? Samantha? Jennifer. Sorry.

Does Obama Have ‘Zero Control’ Over the Bureaucracy?

The administration’s arms-length view of government has extended well into the president’s second term.

Report: Agency Leaders Protected Teleworkers Who Lied About Their Hours

Patent Office's vaunted telecommuting program has a credibility problem.

The Next President Could Find Unity Fleeting

We may never get hit again like we were on Sept. 11, 2001. But if we did, would the next president find unity fleeting?

Postmaster General Patrick Donahoe is urging Congress to give USPS more flexibility.

Despite Revenue Gains, Postal Service Loses Another $2 Billion

Congressionally mandated obligations are keeping USPS from getting back into the black.

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